There is little success where there is little laughter: New publication on organisational wellbeing

WOW member and incoming director co-edits cutting-edge book providing latest insights into perspectives on organisational wellbeing. Organisational wellbeing is a relatively new buzz word in… Read More

Performance appraisal stress? Try to look on the bright side

WOW PhD candidate co-publishes as first author in renowned psychology journal Is the stress of your next performance appraisal getting you down? It might not… Read More

ARC Update – Improving people management systems in emergency services

WOW members conduct research that improves mental health prospects for emergency service workers As the COVID-19 pandemic has unfolded globally, and… Read More

“I’d like to speak to your manager”: An international exploration of management history in the modern world

Professor Bradley Bowden, member of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, publishes a book series that critically engages with lively and current debates within… Read More

The evolution of employee voice and collaborative workplace relations

By Troy Miller The issue of speaking up or remaining silent faces us on a daily basis. The notion that people should have a say… Read More

Study shows online social networks at work boost employee engagement and performance

By Christen Hill, Corporate Communications Manager Dr Elliroma Gardiner, WOW Member New Griffith research has found that Enterprise Social Networks (ESN) like Yammer and… Read More