Seminar/Forum

BSI leadership seminar: The Nordwand Principle:  How to manage uncertainty

BSI leadership seminar: The Nordwand Principle: How to manage uncertainty

In this seminar, Rainer Petek, extreme mountaineer, professional mountain guide and change expert, invites us to confront the thought and action framework of executives and academics with the thinking and acting practices of the extreme climber. Combining memorable stories with impressive images, Rainer will provide insights into developing strategies for successfully managing change and uncertainty.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Workplace Justice, Rights and Labour Resistance in Vietnam

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Workplace Justice, Rights and Labour Resistance in Vietnam

In this presentation, Tu Nguyen will provide insights into the role of labour law in shaping workplace justice in Vietnam from factory workers' resistance against managerial abuse and exploitation.
BSI Research Seminar: Developing a dashboard for monitoring usability of educational games apps for children

BSI Research Seminar: Developing a dashboard for monitoring usability of educational games apps for children

Professor Nayeth Solorzano-Alcivar will present the first results of an extensive and longitudinal multidisciplinary research carried out with children from 4 to 8 years attending schools of marginal areas in the city of Guayaquil, Ecuador to measure the behavioural use of games apps and the influence of previous knowledge about digital educational games.
LFC Seminar Series: Harmonised Standards in EU Law

LFC Seminar Series: Harmonised Standards in EU Law

Associate Professor Jörgen Hettne will present his paper Harmonised Standards in EU Law as part of the LFC Seminar Series.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | The winding path to gender equality in Myanmar: how institutions, interests and ideas influence the ongoing implementation of the Government of Myanmar's National Strategic Plan for the Advancement of Women

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | The winding path to gender equality in Myanmar: how institutions, interests and ideas influence the ongoing implementation of the Government of Myanmar's National Strategic Plan for the Advancement of Women

In this presentation, Khin Khin Mra, Gender and Social Inclusion Advisor, Centre for Good Governance explores how institutions, interests and ideas have supported or hindered the path towards gender equality in Myanmar.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Neoliberalism in action: the case of a post-communist state in Eurasia (Georgia)

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Neoliberalism in action: the case of a post-communist state in Eurasia (Georgia)

In this presentation, Iyanatul (Yan) Islam, Adjunct Professor, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University explores the Eurasia post-communist state of Georgia. Georgia was regarded as a case of "radical, catch-up reforms'. These reforms conform closely to the guiding principles of economic neoliberalism.