The nature of work has changed dramatically in recent times. These changes require distinctly different leadership capacities.
Forbes, 22 November 2019
British writer, lecturer and broadcaster Kenan Malik considers what Hannah Arendt 70 years ago called the “right to have rights.”
The Guardian 10 March 2019
Congratulations to alumnus Philip Le Liu on being named winner of the Public Sector/Government category in the 40 Under 40: Most Influential Asian-Australian Awards at the inaugural Asian-Australian Leadership Summit. The Asian Executive, 2 December 2019
There are laws and there is justice. Are they always the same? As governments and manufacturers around the world grapple with the presence of modern slavery in their supply chains, Australia has yet to acknowledge its hidden slave trade history.
The Monthly, July 2019
What makes a leader? According to the Glass Cliff theory in social science, women are more likely to be put into leadership roles during times of crisis. This article explores how to break that cycle, and the benefits of diversity.
The New York Times, 17 June 2019
“…if you don’t truly believe in the importance of ethical behavior in your business career, it will become apparent to your employees, your peers and to the people occupying the C-suite. If you’re searching for the answer to the ongoing dilemma of how to nurture an environment of trust, accountability and respect in the workplace, start with practicing ethical leadership in all levels of management.” Good ethics is good business. Forbes, 7 January 2019
Alumnus of the Cranlana Centre, Principal of SBA Legal and treasurer of NSW Council of Civil Liberties Stephen Blanks joins Jerome Doraisamy on The Lawyers Weekly Show.
Managing the financial and reputational impact of failing to meet community standards means doing more than meeting minimum compliance standards.
Vanity Fair, 19 June 2019
Autonomous cars will be required to make value judgments which must be pre-programmed. What should we tell them to do?
The New Yorker, 24 January 2019
View Media Release
“Business is not separate from community, business is an integral part of our community.” Alumna Carol Schwartz and Diane Smith-Gander share a belief that corporate leaders have roles to play in their communities. Both have spoken in support of issues important to them.
The Age, 10 June 2019
Courage. It’s at the heart of every important decision. Chris Hughes, co-founder of Facebook, published an op-ed in The New York Times outlining his concerns with the company’s size and influence, and why he wishes he’d had the courage to talk to someone at the company about them.
New York Times, 9 May 2019
Do you take yourself out of your comfort zone often enough? Alumna Kate Chaney, Director of Innovation and Strategy for Anglicare WA, believes that is what’s required to truly innovate.
Business News Western Australia, 17 April 2019
This year over twenty Cranlana Programme alumni were awarded Australia Day Honours, recognising their contribution to building…
What is the key to good leadership? Dr Helen Szoke AO, one of our Board members, and Shaun Carney discuss this and Shaun’s book The Change Makers.
ABC Radio National, 19 February 2019