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10 May 2022

Branding for tech companies: how to avoid common pitfalls

The University of Sydney Business School and Hotwire Australia partner to explore the fundamental role of brand in Australia's digital economy.
02 May 2022

How sustainable is it to have your groceries delivered? Or can we do better?

Mark Raadsen looks at the environmental impacts of an activity many of us have embraced since the pandemic started - online grocery shopping.
29 April 2022

Work-life balance and salary rank equally as top job criteria

Research conducted by CEMS, the Global Alliance in Management Education among 4,206 professionals globally, reveals that a good work-life balance is rated on par with salary as their top criteria when seeking a new role.
26 April 2022

Work Care and Family Policies

The Australian Work + Family Policy Roundtable, a research network of academics, is proposing a series of benchmarks needed to inform evidence-based public policy prior to the Federal election.
19 April 2022

How to be a better manager, parent and teacher

A new study suggests that management, teaching, and parenting strategies that are "autonomy-supportive" rather than controlling unlock people's "good sides".
05 April 2022

Thinking public transport, electric cars and the roads we drive on

At the intersection where politics, individual egos and the public good collide, you'll find the University's Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies. In a time when transport is evolving dramatically, it works so public good survives the crash.

04 April 2022

New WFH and transport-related patterns emerge

After two years working from home due to the pandemic, many Australians have established a new working pattern according to a new survey by the University of Sydney Business School.
04 April 2022

Carbon neutral shipping – it all comes down to green hydrogen, and lots of it

Professor Michael Bell discusses why, out of the most popular options for carbon neutral fuels for shipping, green hydrogen is the most viable option being both economically and environmentally sound.
30 March 2022

New public policy institute welcomes Chair

The James Martin Institute for Public Policy, of which the University of Sydney is a founding member, today announced the appointment of its new Chair of the Board.
25 March 2022

Research initiative to inform gender equal future of work

The Gender Equality in Working Life (GEWL) Research Initiative is a multidisciplinary research initiative leveraging research expertise on women's working lives to establish an action-oriented, practical approach to building a gender equal future of work.