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Hidden innovation in franchises

Franchisees are typically bound to follow the rules and regulations of the franchisor which limits their innovative and entrepreneurial activities. However, Julienne Senyard argues that franchisees may overcome these constraints through acts of innovation and “hidden” bricolage. Read More

Measuring customers’ experience through deep facial analysis

Nehemia Sugianto, PhD candidate at the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation, is conducting research to develop a privacy-preserving facial analytic surveillance solution built on responsible AI technology. Read More

How can intuition research inform business practice?

Intuition is gradually entering the mainstream, as theorists and practitioners alike call for new ways to conduct business and survive in the 21st century. Dr Marta Sinclair from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation has published a practical guide titled “Handbook of Intuition Research as Practice”. Read More

Experts engage students and community to help address homelessness

Dr Dhara Shah from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation and lead researcher of the Sisters support business together project recently participated in a panel of experts as part of the Social Impact Project Launch aimed at helping connect students and guests with industry professionals, community advocates, and experienced voices. Read More

COVID-19 and lockdown—implications for tertiary education

COVID-19 is expected to impact demand for tertiary education both positively and negatively. Byung Min from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation describes how. Read More

Fellowship recipient strives for teaching excellence

Dr Lili Mi is the latest BSI staff member to be awarded a Fellowship for Higher Education Academy (HEA) along with esteemed colleagues, Dr Amanda Daly, Professor Sara McGaughey, Dr Heather Stewart and Dr Yong Wu. Read More

Uncovering indirect foreign firm ownership reveals positive productivity spillovers

According to Sara McGaughey, there are more foreign firms than we think – Indirectly controlled foreign firms—often wrongly categorised as domestic—have the strongest productivity spillovers. Read More

Business ethics during a pandemic: ABEN responds to COVID-19

Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) is group of academics and practitioners that have been coming together for 10 years.  The current chair Dr… Read More

Contemplating the relationship with religion in a COVID-19 China

Historically, repression of Christianity in China has included surveillance of members and their gathering spots, destruction and closing of church buildings and restrictions of young… Read More


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