Manipulative, ruthless and lacking in empathy. Sound like traits of someone you interact with every day in the office? You could be working with a corporate psychopath.
By Nik Malane | Alumni news; Research; Business, management and law | 4comments
In October, the Luxury Branding Research Cluster (LBRC) invited academics, industry and students to celebrate 50 years of innovation by Curtin University and three years of stellar work by the LBRC.
By Curtin University | Campus and community; Research; Business, management and law
Sebastian Salicru is a leadership development expert, author, business phychologist, company director and fellow of McLean/Harvard Medical School. Here’s his thoughts on adaptive leadership.
By Sebastian Salicru | Alumni news; Business, management and law | Leave a comment
Can computers become better judges of financial risk than human bank tellers? Some computer scientists and data analysts certainly think so.
By Saurav Dutta | Research; Business, management and law; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Curtin graduate Robert Ferritto will take his dream to create universal access to clean water and sanitation to Oxford University after being named the winner of the 2018 Rhodes Scholarship for WA.
By Yasmine Phillips | Student Featured; Student News; Business, management and law; Engineering and mining
Australia’s top 10 food companies either own or are connected to hundreds of different products, ranging from healthy to unhealthy options, a food map produced by the PHAIWA has found.
By Yasmine Phillips | R&D Now; Research; Business, management and law; Health
WA’s sex industry should be decriminalised amid an increase in private sex workers and a decline in brothel and street-based sex work over the past decade, a new report led by Curtin University shows.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Business, management and law
Addressing the ‘NIMBY’ concerns of neighbours early in the development process and flexible planning regulations are key to delivering innovative housing solutions for the future, a new book says.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Architecture and construction; Business, management and law
Workplaces should incorporate physical activity into daily tasks to improve productivity, enable Australia’s ageing population to continue working and prevent chronic diseases, new research finds.
By Yasmine Phillips | Research; Business, management and law; Health
Curtin Business School has extended the appointment of leading Australian commentator and demographer Bernard Salt for another three years.
By Yasmine Phillips | Campus and community; Business, management and law; Education