Publications:
Who’s Managing Gender Balance in Private Sector Organizations: A Study of Senior Management Women in Australia

This paper reports on the views and strategies of 251 senior management women in private sector organizations in Australia towards issues of gender balance in management. The aim is to quantify the proportion of women in private sector organizations that believe there is a need for more gender balance in management and what proportion address the problem of gender balance by supporting EEO policies and/or implementing pro-active strategies.

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Restructuring in Academia: The need for continuous models of change

Narratives are used to enhance Lewin's model of change within the context of academic restructuring by identifying enabling and constraining forces to change.

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Mismanaging Knowledge: The Hidden Costs of Higher Education ‘Reform’ in Australia

The hidden costs of the Australian Federal Government's reform agenda for Higher Education threaten to undermine the global competitiveness of the sector.

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Standardising Mediocrity: The Use of Student Evaluations to Measure Quality Assurance in Australian Universities

Senior managers using student evaluation data to implement and justify "quality assurance" procedures in Australian universities are producing outcomes that have the effect of lowering the quality of university teaching.

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