The big quit: How job crafting can help
22 June 2022
One key way to attract and retain staff is to give people greater scope to craft their jobs, say University of Auckland researchers.
A new Pacific reset? Why NZ must prioritise climate change and labour mobility
21 June 2022
Opinion: Ongoing commitment by Australia and New Zealand to improve climate change and labour mobility policies is essential for the future durability of our Pacific partnership.
Business School alumni recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours
17 June 2022
Congratulations to the business alumni recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday and Platinum Jubilee Honours list.
New book examines pandemic decision-making and responses
16 June 2022
Professor Ananish Chaudhuri explores Covid-19 policy decisions, their implications, and cognitive biases in pandemic decision-making in his new book.
Game-changing new course develops students even further
15 June 2022
An innovative new business school course is employing creative techniques and cutting-edge tech to teach topics of global importance.
Why we’re not giving up on stablecoins
10 June 2022
Despite the failures of one or two stablecoins, not all are similarly flawed, say cryptocurrency experts Alex Sims and Dulani Jayasuriya.
Bodo Lang: Why are we still selling sickness in schools?
30 May 2022
Marketing expert Bodo Lang is calling time on the sale of sugar-laden drinks in schools.
Elam student wins Adam Portraiture Award
30 May 2022
Congratulations to Jessica Gurnsey, who in her first year of a conjoint degree with Elam School of Fine Arts and the School of Business, has won the 2022 $20,000 Adam Portraiture Award, the youngest to ever win the award.
Job crafting and award winning: Business School shines at HR awards
26 May 2022
Human resources expert Dr Deepika Jindal and University of Auckland alumna Amy Raine celebrated their successes at the 2022 Human Resources New Zealand Awards.
EV infrastructure: It's time to tackle range anxiety
25 May 2022
Aotearoa needs to invest in extensive and smart charging infrastructure swiftly if we're going to encourage more people, particularly those who live outside of cities, to make the switch to an EV.
Māori scholar following in Mel Smith's footsteps
13 May 2022
Reilly Polaschek is heading to Sydney in August to work for the same company at which mentor and sponsor Mel Smith worked for many years.
Mel Smith: Māori CEO in the UK who keeps it real
13 May 2022
Melanie Smith breaks the mould. It’s rare to find a female chief executive in London, let alone one who is Māori.