1 September 2014, by Sharon Kerr
Recently Samantha Alexander made international headlines. The young Darug woman started to lose her sight at 21, and battled through disadvantage to excel academically, graduating with a Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice from Griffith University with a GPA of 6.5/7.
20 August 2014, by Dr Heather Davis
William Gibson’s oft-quoted line that ‘the future is here, it’s just unevenly distributed’ is worth reflecting upon just now in relation to leadership and considerable uncertainty in the sector. No-one is immune to restructure, downsizing or uncertainty about our jobs and the important nation building work we are committed to doing.
14 August 2014, by Prof. Leo Goedegebuure
Leo Goedegebuure and Lea Patterson reflect on the outcomes of the recent Fee-deregulation Symposium
12 August 2014, by Qingcheng Li
Nowadays universities must work with a wide range of stakeholders; and the coordination of relations with stakeholders has become strategically important as well. Qingcheng explores 'Who are the stakeholders and what function do they exert in higher education ecosystems?'
8 August 2014, by Maree Conway
Maree Conway explores the work of Clayton Christensen and his disruptive innovation model – at its core is the idea that all organisations need to be alert to new industry developments that have the potential to derail business models, put organisations out of business and disrupt the operational status quo.