19 October 2022
Gehan Gunasekara argues that image capture by Police must be both lawful and intelligent.
Growing Pacific capacity in the Business School
18 October 2022
Sione Taufa and Lisa Filitonga are two Tongan staff members who enjoy flying under the radar, but are both making huge contributions to the Business School and its Pacific and Māori students.
Study investigates benefits of women on boards
17 October 2022
Socially responsible companies benefit from having more women on their boards, say Business School researchers.
The dark side of workplace humour
14 October 2022
The relationship between humour and bullying is explored in a recently published paper in the European Journal of Humour Research.
Artificial intelligence maps threats to world's rarest dolphin
13 October 2022
Three University alumni collaborate on drone tech and Artificial Intelligence to help to save the Māui dolphin from extinction.
The new open home: study reveals benefits of virtual reality
12 October 2022
A study utilising more than 4000 housing transactions has found that virtual reality can reduce a property’s time on the market and increase physical inspections.
Consulting project brings rewards for students and businesses
7 October 2022
Fresh thinking and valuable insights paved the way for a fruitful partnership.
MBA alumni make shortlist for prestigious AMBA & BGA Excellence Awards
6 October 2022
Hard work, determination and insights gained from the Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme has seen two alumni earn global recognition for their start-up.
Multimillion-dollar fund supports circular plastics economy
30 September 2022
A holistic new model to support the reuse of hard plastics, like those found in vehicles and computers, is being developed.
Abolishing something is easy; rebuilding from scratch is hard
29 September 2022
Opinion: We should give the new King a chance to see how the Commonwealth can evolve in order to facilitate openness, fairness, and to ensure there's opportunity to discuss injustices, writes Dr Sneha Gray.
Exuberant outlier scores top marks and lifelong friends
29 September 2022
September graduate Jim Floerchinger stretched himself during his studies, setting a strong example for his son and opening avenues in the international business arena.
Rapid transit and the case for a congestion charge
28 September 2022
Improving Auckland’s public transit network isn't enough to reduce vehicle travel. Further deterrents to driving, such as a congestion charge, will help meet the city’s emissions reduction goals, say researchers.