Trials and triumphs in blue-sky projects: Managing the research ‘partnership’

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The tension between the academic research endeavour and getting a blue-sky project off the ground was the topic of a 28 October, 2015 seminar by Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) guest, Dr Irene Ryan (Auckland University of Technology). Targeting partners likely to jump on board such projects, negotiating organisational access to collect data, and adequately […]

Putting the ‘responsible’ in Responsible Leadership

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The ‘responsible’ part of Responsible Leadership (RL) is unique for its consideration of the roles organisations and external stakeholders play in leading. But the two are words seldom found alongside each other in contemporary Organisational Studies literature says Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing guest, Professor Kevin B. Lowe (The University of Auckland, NZ). RL […]

Interest vs obligation: What Organisational Studies researchers are working on

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Researcher ‘Care’ – that which influences researchers’ choice about what they study, how they go about doing it, and how they articulate and understand why they do it – was the topic of a 1 September Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing seminar delivered by UNSW Business School’s Associate Professor Gavin Schwarz. To understand the […]