Naomi Osaka has made history as the first Japanese woman to claim a Grand Slam singles title after defeating Serena Williams in the final of the US Open
People who love their jobs get different things out of it - and there’s a difference between women and men when it comes to job satisfaction.
AUT Business School’s new one-year Master of Business Management opens up options for graduates wanting to move into a rewarding career in management.
AUT’s reshaped Bachelor of Business lets students build an engaging, multidisciplinary programme of study focused on future capabilities and social impact.
A four-day week trial showed that if workers have more control over their job, they feel and perform better.
Leanne Ho, a Bachelor of Business graduate, recently had the opportunity to do an internship in Taiwan.
The successful Shadow a Leader programme matches year 13 and AUT business or law students with a business leader. Recent participants share their feedback.
AUT researcher runs the research ruler over a company’s trial of a four-day working week and finds it measures up.
We catch up with Bachelor of Business student Louis Martin who has won the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia to intern in Singapore.
A rewarding career can grow from finding an employer who matches your own personal values, says AUT Business School’s Dr Margie Elley-Brown.
Mixing the generations for leadership lessons during AUT’s Shadow a Leader day.
AUT Centre for Social Data Analytics co-director Rhema Vaithianathan spoke to science journal Nature about algorithms, bias and fairness.
Open plan offices are thought to promote teamwork and discussion but women are finding them hard places to work.
Migrants are using "more Kiwi-sounding" names to increase their chance of finding employment, says Professor of Diversity Edwina Pio.
Two key events will bring together economists from New Zealand and around the world at AUT.
Secondary school students turn business issues into winning strategies in the 2018 New Zealand Secondary Schools Case Competition.
Research points to benefits of using plain language and social media to connect central bank policies with the public.
Dr Margie Elley-Brown talks to careers hub yudu.co.nz about how university graduates can give themselves the edge when they hit the job market.
Parenthood increases the gender pay gap with mothers facing a wage penalty.
Māori and Pacific interns are bringing unique skills and knowledge to workplaces through the TupuToa programme
We asked Professor of Organisational Behaviour Helena Cooper-Thomas five questions about her research at the time of her Inaugural Professorial Address.
Accounting students recently displayed sustainability in action, participating in a beach clean-up fieldtrip at Point England Reserve, Glen Innes.
KiwiSavers are struggling to understand the information needed to make good choices about their financial future.
AUT Business School introduces Accounting for Social Impact Research Group, aimed at supporting the achievement, evaluation and reporting of social impact.
Hazel Umaga and Taylor McDonald are winners of the 2018 Pacific Youth Awards.
Research from AUT has revealed the economic impact when parents separate, in a study that is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
AUT business and law student Charle Megala is appointed to the US Embassy’s New Zealand Youth Council for 2018.
Accounting students at AUT Business School developing skills via Xero’s purpose-built teaching and learning platform.
How can brands win when sports stars are losing their reputation?
Who has more influence – musician, vlogger or sportsperson?
Stepping into the unknown drives success, says top scholar.
Associate Professor of Employment Relations, Dr Felicity Lamm has accepted the role of Government Chief Advisor, Health and Safety.
Over 640 students descended on 32 employers who were offering up to 1,000 graduate roles or internships at the first Business and Economics Career Fair.
Professor Edwina Pio encourages everyone to make a daily commitment to #pressforchange on International Women’s Day
Creating positive change through storytelling was the focus of a recent Diversity at AUT event.
Prof Jarrod Haar's research into work/life satisfaction.
A study by the New Zealand Work Research Institute at AUT has quantified the scale of transience in New Zealand, with a particular focus on those considered to be ‘vulnerable transient’.
New global rankings show AUT now has 13 subjects ranked, with two of them featuring in the top 50 in the world.
180 undergraduate students who are recipients of various AUT scholarships were welcomed at a special event this week.
Marjolein Lips-Wiersma, Professor of Ethics and Sustainability Leadership at AUT’s Business School, is a leading expert in developing and supporting meaning in the workplace. Professor Lips-Wiersma has just released the second edition of the book she co-authored with Lani Morris, The Map of Meaningful Work: A Practical Guide to Sustaining Our Humanity.
Langi Latu, an AUT Business School graduate, and fellow team members won their case category during the Team Case Competition, sponsored by KPMG, at Beta Gamma Sigma’s 2017 Global Leadership Summit. The team was selected as a winner based on their innovative and creative solution for their assigned business case, as well as the effectiveness of their presentation.
A new corporate governance index aims to quantify the voice of the shareholder at the boardroom table.
X-Challenge, a new university-wide competition that gives every AUT student an opportunity to develop an idea for a business, cause or project will culminate with a Dragons Den style pitch night on Thursday 23 November.
Bull or bear? For the first time New Zealand investors can quantify of how sentiment is shaping local financial markets.
Head of AUT’s School of Economics and co-director of the Centre for Social Data Analytics, Professor Tim Maloney, has been appointed to the role of Chief Economist at the Ministry of Social Development (MSD).
AUT business graduate, Langi Latu, is heading to the U.S to attend the Beta Gamma Sigma Global Leadership Summit later this week.
AUT Business School finance students took out top honours and a chance to represent New Zealand in this year’s CFA Institute Research Challenge.
Congratulations to Livvy Mitchell, who is the 2017 recipient of a special prize established in honour of former New Zealand economist Sir Frank Holmes. Livvy is the first AUT recipient of this prize since its establishment in 2011.
KiwiRail has taken out the supreme award at the AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards.
Now in its 12th year, the Excellence in Business Support Awards is the only national performance measure for business support organisations.
A new generation of Māori and Pacific lecturers is taking up residence at Auckland University of Technology (AUT).
The 2018 Early Career Academic Programme offers up to six Māori and Pacific scholars their first, full-time, permanent appointments as research-active lecturers.
Usually students graduating are lucky enough to witness performances from The Oceanian Voices choir during their graduation ceremonies, but at the most recent Business School graduation, two brothers got to pick up their degrees and entertain their fellow graduates.
Smart operators contributing to the business success of New Zealand companies have been recognised as finalists in the AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards.
Women are lagging men in the pay stakes but it’s more likely to be down to hidden biases than a lack of skills for the job, according to AUT research.
The alumni department and the MBA office hosted an exclusive networking event this month for over 50 prominent MBA and MPA alumni at the Auckland Art Gallery. The event also saw the launch of a digital alumni platform for this group.
AUT business graduate, Manako Nemaia, was named the winner of the BNZ Commercial & Corporate Category at the Prime Minister’s Pacific Youth Awards, held at Parliament in Wellington this week.
Business student, Izzy Stangl is one of four young people representing New Zealand at the APEC Voices of the Future summit this month in Lima, Peru.
By 2040 Big Data should have shrunk the public sector beyond recognition.
The age of Big Data has come to consumers rapidly, reinventing how we shop, socialise, bank and get from A to B. And a Big Data revolution is slowly rolling through the public sector too.
New Zealand business has been celebrated in style as more than 600 guests from the government, academic and business sectors came together to honour the winners of the 2016 AUT Business School Excellence in Business Support Awards at a gala dinner at the Langham Hotel.
Sini Tagiloa was toiling on the factory floor, working hard and wondering why he was going nowhere. Wishing he knew what his manager was looking for. And, contemplating what he might do differently if their roles were reversed. He decided to study HR.
Aspiring AUT entrepreneurs are receiving a welcome boost to turn their ideas into a commercial reality through a new student entrepreneurship programme.
More than 70 businesses and organisations across Auckland have today hosted two promising young leaders as part of the Auckland University of Technology’s Annual Shadow a Leader Day.
An annual $7 million funding boost for the Government’s ‘Family Start’ home visiting programme was prompted by empirical research commissioned from AUT’s Centre for Social Data Analytics (CSDA).
Behind every business success story is a support network of organisations that make their achievements possible.
The Ministry for Pacific People’s Pacific Language Weeks are celebrated at AUT each year as an opportunity to acknowledge the diverse Pacific cultures at the University.
AUT’s new Centre for Social Data Analytics was launched in March. The Centre is focused on “data analytics for social impact”.
Centre researchers take on work with the potential to address and inform social issues or challenges in core policy areas including health, education, justice and social services.
A childhood bout of rheumatic fever changed the course of Andrew Fiu’s life in almost every way. But one very positive spinoff has just happened: 35 years on Fiu has graduated with his first formal qualification, a Master of Business Administration from the AUT Business School.
Steering clear of Christmas is an inappropriate response to diversity, says Professor of Diversity Edwina Pio.
Researchers from AUT’s Business School have shared the results of their research into the experiences of visually impaired professionals in the workplace and how those experiences are affected by information technology.
A thought piece by AUT Professor of Diversity Edwino Pio, first published in EFMD GlobalFocus Volume 09, Issue 03|2015
More than 600 guests from the government, academic and business sectors celebrated the winners of the 2015 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards at a gala dinner at the Langham Hotel on 29 October.
AUT Professor of Economics Rhema Vaithianathan has been appointed to a working group that will lead work on how New Zealand uses and shares data.
Professor Edwina Pio and Associate Professor Gail Pacheco found an audience keen to hear about their diversity research at the NZ Diversity forum in September.
By Associate Professor Felicity Lamm, Co-Director - AUT Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Research.
Ten years on from Ngāti Awa’s Treaty settlement, it’s time for a reassessment according to AUT Business School graduate Dr Jim Mather.
A ‘one size fits all” approach to poverty doesn’t translate into effective solutions for third world nations says researcher and AUT Business School PhD graduate Son Thanh Tung, who has spent four and a half years studying poverty reduction initiatives in Vietnam.
More than 30 secondary students from schools around South Auckland, and the wider Auckland region, got to hang out with some top radio personalities and learn about the business side of the music industry at Music Biz – a music-meets-the-business-industry workshop held at the Auckland University of Technology’s South Campus in Manukau.
Over three hundred secondary school students from across Auckland donned red socks for Fuji Xerox Inspire2015 on 3 July, a Leadership Week initiative supported by AUT Business School and the Sir Peter Blake Trust.
Business leaders from more than 75 businesses and organisations each spent a day with two promising young leaders as part of AUT’s Shadow a Leader Day on 1 July.
Finalists for the 2015 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards have been announced today.
n light of the 2016 Budget, experts from across the country are calling on the government to do more about child poverty in New Zealand through the latest series of briefing papers released by The Briefing Papers.
A data tool that can accurately identify children at risk of abuse is unlikely to ever be used in the way envisioned by one of its architects.
An event organised by the AUT University Business School recently saw Māori and Pacific students across all levels of postgraduate study at AUT share their insight into their individual postgraduate journeys so far.
Research released by AUT University’s New Zealand Work Research Institute on the country’s aged care workforce raises important questions about the value we place on caring for the elderly.
Young people out of employment or education are likely to have a lifetime of poorer outcomes in terms of unemployment, wages and even happiness and health. Associate Professor Gail Pacheco checks out the situation in New Zealand. This opinion piece was first written for Employment Today.
Global opportunity for New Zealand innovators is tempered by the challenge of conducting appropriate communications and finding the best distribution solution. Cultural influences play a sizeable role in communicating messages through modern mediums and supply chains can dictate the success or failure of products irrespective of quality.