New research from the University of Adelaide demonstrates that being proactive could earn an individual a leadership position, but merely being proactive alone does not make for a good leader.
Australia-China relations have deteriorated sharply in the last three years, most visibly because of China’s formal and informal bans on some important Australian commodity exports which have caused significant losses.
The University of Adelaide and MTX Group have entered into a research collaboration to develop new insights in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).
The University of Adelaide’s Business School has demonstrated its commitment to continual quality improvement by receiving re-accreditation to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), one of the world’s leading business education accreditation bodies.
The University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Business School (ABS) is the first organisation in Australia to be certified to ISO 44001, the international standard on collaborative business relationship management.
South Australia’s economic recovery is expected to continue well into the new year. Recent strong growth in business investment, a backlog of construction work, and reopening of borders will support the ongoing recovery. But the economic benefits of reopening will be diminished to the extent that it leads to fresh COVID outbreaks and voluntary social distancing.
More support for education and training of young people is the key to offsetting the employment shocks of pandemics like COVID-19, according to the University of Adelaide’s SA Centre for Economic Studies (SACES).
Companies exploring artificial intelligence (AI) to adapt their business operations now have a risk management tool to help them manage new potential workplace health and safety (WHS) risks when introducing and using the technology.
Business students at the University of Adelaide will benefit from a real-world, business-like quality culture, with the Adelaide Business School being awarded ISO 9001 Certification.
Sixty-two early career professionals have today been announced as the latest recruits to the Wine Industry Mentor Program following extraordinary numbers of applications for the expanded program.