Fourth Issue- Looking Back, Learning Forward

Fourth Issue- Looking Back, Learning Forward

The Fourth Issue Looking Back, Learning Forward.

In the fourth issue of the AIB Review, we are Looking Back, Learning Forward. Reflecting on the past and forecasting the future, looking back can mean over a month or a year or a century, or more. What do we repeat, what changes, and what do we learn, transform and adapt? across a broad range of frameworks including; Marketing, Finance, Supply Chain, Leadership, Imposter Syndrome, Digitalisation, Online Learning and Teaching, Mindfulness, Data and Health.

This theme lends itself to wide and deep thinking, with application across all industries and professions. This issue represents the work and opinions of AIB’s wider community, addressing hot topics through an educational lens. I am proud to present the fourth AIB Review by a wide range of our outstanding Academics, Online Learning Facilitators and Alumni, who have brought their fresh perspectives from their respective disciplines and industries.

Australian Institute of Business Academics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching Strategic Management: Preparing Our students to Better Cope with Disruptions in the Age of Discontinuity

Mamun Ala, Noel Richards, Sanjeev Abeynayake, Sri Sivanathan & Syed Mohyuddun, Australian Institute of Business

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Reflecting Backward to Evolve Forward: Integrating Mindfulness And Optimism Into Your Reflective Practice

Alicia Stanway, Leadership Lecturer and Industry Engagement Manager, and Kerry Kingham, OLF and Founder, Kerry Kingham Coaching, Australian Institute of Business.

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Are Financial Statements Providing Useful and Relevant Information, Beyond Compliance?

Kaveen Bachoo, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business

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Challenges of Transitioning to Online Learning and the Importance of Social Learning in a Successful Online Experience: A Case Study

Dr Bora Qesja, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business and Dr Samaneh Soleimani, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business.

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Reflecting on our Past, Learnings for our Future: Traditional, Modern and Future Consumer

Dr. Svetlana De Vos, Senior Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business and Dr. Bora Qesja, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business.

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How are Small Businesses Accessing Finance During COVID?

Dr Kavita Goel, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business.

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Marketing in the New Normal

Dr Diane Kalendra, Discipline Leader in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Australia Institute of Business.

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Critical Systems Thinking for Successfully Coping with COVID-19 and the Future.

By Dr Kasun Chandrasekara, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business

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Does COVID-19 Redefine Flexible Working Arrangements (FWAS) For Women?

Dr Mahan Poorhosseinzadeh & Dr Mamun Ala, Australian Institute of Business

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Antifragile Supply Chain: A Key to Success in The Post-Covid “New Normal”

Dr Ethan Nikookar, Lecturer, Australian Institute of Business, and Dr Mohsen Varsei, Senior Lecturer and Discipline Leader, Australian Institute of Business

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The New (?) Elephant in the Room: Cryptocurrencies

Shrimal Perera & Christiana Osei Bonsu, Australian Institute of Business

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Digital Transformation: How Hybrid Cloud and Artificial Intelligence Have Moved From Priority to Essential Seat

Aliye Ozcan, Global Program Director Data and AI Strategy, IBM and Dr Diane Kalendra, Discipline Leader in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Australia Institute of Business.

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Australian Institute of Business Alumni

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Working From Home Taught us About Employee Engagement

Michelle Peatman, Management Consultant, Evolutionary Consulting.

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Why Cultural Engagement Matters for Mentorship: Drawing Lessons from Papua New Guinea

Dr Warren Doudle, Managing Director, SecRisk Pty Ltd Australia.

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Death by Data, Lessons in Digitally Transforming

Erle Pereira, IT Strategist, Freelance Consultant.

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Imposter Syndrome: Can It Help in Overcoming Career Roadblocks? A Personal Reflection

Fiona Macaulay, Compliance Officer, Local Government.

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Technology’s Vital Few

Aaron Pesa, Senior Analyst, BlackBerry QNX.

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Highlighting the Hidden Heroes of Healthcare

Louise Tingey, Health Services Business Manager.

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From Source to Socket – Rapid Change Has Commenced

Robert Whiteley, Business Solutions Manager, Brennan IT.

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