The formula for positive leadership may be the holy grail of management training, but there's also increasing interest in the negative flipside.
In an exclusive Australian partnership, the Australian School of Business has joined the global Knowledge@Wharton network with the launch of its online business journal.
Australia's courts will increasingly be forced to deal with conflict between human rights and the sexist cultural traditions of some minorities in Australia, according to NSW Chief Justice Jim Spigelman.
ASIC will use technology developed by a UNSW finance professor to track insider trading and market manipulation.
UNSW legal academic Megan Davis has become the first Indigenous woman to be nominated by the Australian Government as an advocate to serve the United Nations.
The International Monetary Fund has commended Australia's response to the GFC. Speaking at UNSW, the IMF's Deputy has given a positive reading of the global economy.
The first students have begun classes in UNSW's new Juris Doctor (JD), representing a new era in legal education.
The Australian School of Business is leading research into why some companies outperform the rest of the pack. It's now hunting for firms to take part in the study.
Attracting and retaining good staff is the key issue facing business over the next decade, Wesfarmers' chief Richard Goyder said at the first Meet the CEO event for 2010.
The High Court handed down a record number of unanimous decisions in 2009 - the first full year of Robert French's tenure as Chief Justice of Australia - a UNSW analysis shows.