Five minutes with…David Grant

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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Professor David Grant is the Griffith Business School’s Pro Vice Chancellor, holding executive leadership, management and strategic planning responsibilities for the entire Group. Somewhere amongst this he also (longs to) find time to research into the impact of leadership development and change practices on work and organisation. Somewhat unusually, David looks at these issues drawing […]

Putting the ‘responsible’ in Responsible Leadership

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
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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 […]

New sustainability tick for Griffith MBA

Dr Nick Barter says the Green Gown nomination is an acknowledgement of how the Griffith MBA has evolved.
Environmental Futures Research Institute
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The Griffith MBA has been named in the finalists of the 2013 Green Gown Awards Australasia. It is one of four finalists nominated in the Learning and Teaching category. The tick for the MBA is one of three nominations for Griffith University in what is regarded as the most prestigious recognition of sustainability best practice […]