"Quando unisci la cultura della disciplina con l'etica dell'imprenditore, ottieni quella alchimia magica che ti guida, con rapidità ed efficacia, ad una performance straordinaria. Sempre mettendo le persone al centro."
“Up to 40% of current Australian jobs could disappear within the next 15 to 20 years as robots and computers continue their unstoppable advance.” This headline (ABC, 4 July 2016) does not herald anything new, but rather serves to highlight the changing nature of work. Some change is obvious, some is more subtle and technology is not the only driver of this change.
Some insights on leadership from global champion, Cathy Burke - Global Leader of Partnerships with The Hunger Project and Author of 'Unlikely Leaders'.
One of the consequences of the focus on global rankings in the Higher Education sector has been the importance that Australian universities place on the attraction of research intensive academics, often from offshore institutions. Notwithstanding this, as we reflect on the past 15 plus years during which we have consulted to the sector, it has been fascinating to watch the evolution of the 'education professional' or 'university administrator'.