From North Korean missiles tests, Malaysian elections and President Trump’s TAIPEI Act, the geopolitical drama of Asia Pacific continues with the world in COVID-19 lockdown.
“Careers will happen to us whether we like it not. …Moving forward, they will happen negatively if we do not put some thought into it….”, concludes Dr Edwin Trevor-Roberts, CEO of national career management firm, Trevor-Roberts (and Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing Advisory Board member) – takeaways from his assessment of the recently released […]
Public sector reform is the platform on which Australia’s economic competitiveness can be maintained in the wake of the resources boom, but only if inherent political barriers can be overcome. This was the message of political scientist, Associate Professor Anne Tiernan from Griffith University’s Centre for Governance and Public Policy, in her address to CEDA‘s […]
Griffith University is to continue the Sir Samuel Griffith Legacy Series, building on a ground-breaking forum on Australia’s Federal Future which brought senior government officials together with federalism academics to forge a reform agenda. Vice Chancellor, Professor Ian O’Connor, has announced the continuation of the series in 2014 when it will be hosted by Griffith’s […]