When times are tough, businesses cut staff. But research suggests depleting intellectual assets can backfire, leading to a less productive workplace.
From leading virtual teams to the front line of big data in marketing, read the latest research and analysis from UNSW's Business School.
Advances in communications technology have paved the way for teams of people to collaborate virtually, unrestricted by geography or time zones. But understanding how best to manage and motivate these teams is still in its infancy.
New research suggests performance appraisals could bridge the gap between formal and informal learning.
To perform well, an employee needs to know not only what to do, but why it matters, writes Deborah Blackman.
There was no silver bullet or magic formula behind the Australian cricket team's turnaround Ashes win. Rather, it shows how building a culture of teamwork yields results, writes Chris Styles.
When it comes to the success of family-friendly policies in the workplace, one of the most crucial elements is the level of testosterone in the boardroom.
Businesswoman and UNSW alumna, Lucy Turnbull, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Business in recognition of her significant service to the community.
Curiosity, experimentation, achieving the unachievable, and pushing boundaries tend to be the things that turn top talent on, writes Chris Styles.
New research launched at the Prime Minister's Future Jobs Forum confirms that forward-thinking leadership boosts business performance.