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Women in Leadership: An Intervention for the Imbalance?

By Knowledge@ASB

Treasury chief Martin Parkinson's recent announcement that Australia's top economic agency would adopt a long-term target of making 40% of senior executives women was big news, but perhaps not before time. The movement of women into top leadership...

Knowledge@ASB – Peeyush Gupta on changes to rules governing financial advisers

By Amanda Patricia Wormald

Knowledge@Australian School of Business: Peeyush Gupta on changes to rules governing financial advisers

New Technologies: Beyond the Lure of the Virtual Is a Need to Get Back to Reality

By Knowledge@ASB

From video games to remote surgery, virtual possibilities abound. However, the virtual world needs a reality check, argues Stanford University's Stephen Barley, an expert in the impact of new technologies at work.

View from the Top: How BridgeClimb's Paul Cave Scaled New Entrepreneurial Heights

By Knowledge@ASB

A unique concept and dogged persistence have made Paul Cave one of Australia's most celebrated entrepreneurs. Thanks to his tenacity, millions now have climbed the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge to enjoy the awe-inspiring view from the top of one of the...

The Right Stuff: One Man’s Mission to Make Leaders Reach for the Moon

By Knowledge@ASB

"Be yourself" is the crucial message for leaders today, according to Alex Malley, CEO of professional accounting body, CPA Australia. Malley says that too many leaders are turning away when the heat is on, and across the world there's a need for...

Alternative Fuel Cars: Has a Chicken-and-Egg Dilemma Stalled the Mass Market?

By Knowledge@ASB

Electric and biofuel-powered cars offer solutions for a carbon-constrained world, but has early excitement about alternative fuel vehicles fizzled prior to the July 1 start date for Australia's carbon tax? Before the rubber really hits the road and...

Driving Tourism: Is It Time for the Kangaroo to Take the Backseat?

By Knowledge@ASB

The latest novel push by authorities to bring more tourists to Australian shores seems oddly timed. With the Australian dollar running at record highs, some suspect it will backfire. However, Larry Dwyer, a professor of marketing at the Australian...

Online Trading: Creating Efficiency with Double-sided Markets

By Knowledge@ASB

Calculating risk on a double-sided market is complex, so much so that game theorists have not been able to understand how it's done, says Peter Bossaerts, a professor at the California Institute of Technology...

Competitive Strategies: Turning Losers into Winners Through Innovation

By Knowledge@ASB

The president and vice-chancellor of the University of New South Wales, Fred Hilmer, argues that organisations need to lose the attitude that every loss is a problem, and policymakers should be enticing them to innovate.



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