Joseph secures his future with Digital MBA

When cyber security and third party risk specialist Joseph Kelly decided to add an MBA to his credentials, he knew finding the time to upskill on campus was going to be a difficult task.

#MeToo shows cover up of sexual harassment goes ‘all the way to the top’ of organisations

The #MeToo movement has shifted the focus of sexual harassment from corrupted individuals to the pathological organisational systems which support and enable them.

Entrepreneurship report recommends growing regional opportunities

QUT researchers have highlighted a gap in entrepreneurial activity in Queensland regions not because people fear failure but rather, they do not see opportunities that exist.

Dads get a special day too but not the same sentimental spend as mums

Father’s Day this Sunday is set to deliver an $800 million spending boom but analysis indicates we consistently spend less on dad than mum, says a researcher from the QUT’s School of Advertising, Marketing and PR.

Australian giving a mixed bag in 2018-19: tax stats crunched by QUT research

There was mixed news for charities in the latest from Australia’s longest available generosity data – total donations and average amounts donated rose in 2018-19, but the percentage of taxpayers claiming a donation fell to the lowest figure in four decades.

Double your chances: Entrepreneurs back scholarships for QUT students

Are you a Year 12 student destined for life as an entrepreneur? QUT is doubling its number of Budding Entrepreneur Scholarships on offer for 2022, thanks to a group of Queensland entrepreneurs and companies who are backing the next generation of talent.