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Tagged as Dr Heather Stewart

WOW: You can’t be, what you can’t see

WOW stands for Women of the World. At the recent Longreach event (4-6th March) the wow also describes the unmistakable impact for participants. For… Read More

ABEN mid-year workshop: Calculative silences and the agency of business ethics scholars

The mid-year virtual workshop for Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) was held on July 16th with the theme of “Calculative silences and the agency of… Read More

Virtual conversations with Australasian Business Ethics Network

At the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) we have initiated a series of Virtual Conversations which saw the inaugural Qualitative Research Special Interest Group (SIG)… Read More

Business NOT as usual: Ethics, sustainability and innovation

Despite the challenges of going virtual, the 10th Anniversary conference of Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), chaired by Dr Heather Stewart from the… 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

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

Jobseekers earn and learn to build capacity for sustainable social enterprise

As we navigate through COVID-19, unemployment is expected to double to over 10 per cent by the end of 2020. Youth (15-24 years) in… Read More

We are all in this together: How do students cope and adapt to online studies?

In a 2019 research project investigating the study choices of management students, Dr Katrina Radford, Dr Harsha Sarvaiya, Dr CJ Wang and… Read More

Griffith researchers find sustainability a key to improving finance culture

Sustainability, as one of six (economic, ethical, social, stakeholder, sustainability, and discretionary) dimensions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is frequently espoused in large finance organisations’… Read More

Building a more sustainable world cannot be done in isolation

As we work towards building a more sustainable world we cannot work in isolation. Partnerships are necessary to ensure long term success. CR3+ is… Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Report on findings
Tools for managing  complex negotiations
Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

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