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Tagged as Dr Julienne Senyard

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

Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort

Dr Carla Riverola, Dr Sara Ekberg and Dr Julienne Senyard from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation are joining forces with colleagues from UQ, QUT and the Restaurant and Catering Industry Association to investigate how restaurants, cafes and bars impacted by #COVID-19 may attempt to recover and survive the pandemic. Read More

Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

Entrepreneur-in-residence (EiR) programs are growing in popularity in the Australian economy, including the higher education system. Dr Julienne Senyard and Associate Professor Naomi… Read More

Outstanding lecturers recognised for quality teaching

Griffith University recently acknowledged Professor Sara McGaughey with a Citation for Excellence in Learning and Teaching along with Associate Professor Stephanie Schleimer and… Read More

Developing students with an entrepreneurial mindset

In January of this year, Entrepreneurship was moved to the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation from its previous home in Marketing.  This was… Read More

Business ethics during a pandemic: ABEN responds to COVID-19
Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort
China is not an enemy
Virtual conversations with Australasian Business Ethics Network

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