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Bad relations with China are not in Australia’s interests

Our leaders tell us continually that they will stand up to China on behalf of Australia’s interests. But I cannot see how the deteriorating relations… Read More

Griffith researchers help solve global challenges

A group of Griffith researchers have contributed to global challenges through the publication of their research. With 2,397 chapter downloads, Pathways to a Sustainable… Read More

Factors affecting subsidiary staffing of Japanese multinationals

Global staffing is a crucial factor for the success of the overseas operations of multinational corporations (MNCs). Not only does it provide opportunity for staff… Read More

How does an employee’s purpose modify their behaviour at work?

The way employees behave in the workplace has a direct impact on the organisation’s culture and success. The continuous and rapidly changing employment environment of… Read More

Griffith researcher selected as India Australia Business and Community Awards finalist

Dr Dhara Shah from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation has been selected as one of ten finalists for the prestigious IABCA… Read More

Managing decisions in the absence of clear facts

Complex problems are very difficult to manage because they have multiple sites to them and answers are not immediately obvious. We cannot approach a problem… Read More

The role of space in organising

While it is widely accepted that people produce and organise spaces aiming at particular outcomes, the effects of produced and organised spaces and how space… Read More

Role of regional cooperation and integration in resolving energy insecurity in South Asia

Resolving energy insecurity is a critical issue to a number of stakeholders ranging from policymakers and business entities (in particular major energy consumers) to urban… Read More

Xi’s thoughtful, constructive approach emphasizes common future

President Xi Jinping’s speech on 23 September at the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly was thoughtful, conciliatory, constructive and dignified. It looked… Read More

Exploring the roles and behaviours of young carers in Australia

Recent statistics in Australia reveal that there are approximately 350,000 young carers in Australia and half of these are under the age of eighteen. Read More

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Business NOT as usual: Ethics, sustainability and innovation
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Griffith Innovation Challenge: Sustainability meets technology
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