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The NSW disease: backroom boys burn bright, fade fast
Sydney Morning Herald

'Doomed from the start': The flaming out of Labor's backroom p...

They were Labor's bright young things - backroom operators whose stars rose rapidly. But they flamed out just as fast. Mark Arbib quit politics in 2012. Photo: Jacky Ghossein Paul Howes went to the private sector after hopes of a seat in the ... The Northern Times, 2 weeks ago
The NSW disease: backroom boys burn bright, fade fast Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
The flaming out of Labor's backroom powerbrokers Melbourne Age, 2 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Outspoken Steffensen joins Athletics Australia board

Former 400 metres runner John Steffensen has joined the Athletics Australia (AA) board of directors. AA president Mark Arbib hailed Steffensen as "a passionate contributor to the sport of athletics" and an inspiration to many, saying the ...
 ABC Online1 month ago Renegade athlete appointed to board that once banned him  Melbourne Age1 month ago Former sprinter John Steffensen joins Athletics Australia board as a director  Melbourne Age1 month ago John Steffensen joins board that banned him  WA Today1 month ago

The Cultural Parameters of ETI

Abrahamson, E. (1991). Managerial fads and fashions: The diffusion and rejection of innovations. The Academy of Management Review, 16 (3), 586612. Abrahamson, E. (1996). Management fashion. Academy of Management Review, 21 (1), 254285. ...
 Springer Link Journal2 days ago
Melbourne Age

Why the parkrun concept is taking Australia by storm

You will recall TFF's rant of 10 days ago that what Australia needed more of was less corporate slug-fests, awash in match-fixing, dodgy deals, bodgy people, bikies and furious factional fighting and more community sport, a la the newly formed Lane ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago

Social Innovation Challenge bookends Jerusalem Foundation's 50th anniversary celebration

JERUSALEM — The Jerusalem Foundation kicked off its 50th anniversary celebration fittingly — with the announcement of the finalists in the foundation's Social Innovation Challenge, a $100,000 giveaway split between three winning projects. In ...
 The Times Of Israel3 days ago
Yahoo! News Australia

Conroy exit a bolt from the blue (The West Australian)

, 6:36 am Bill Shorten has lost a very important member of his praetorian guard, in an exit from Parliament that came as a complete surprise and was executed in the strangest manner. Stephen Conroy, Labor's deputy Senate leader and one of ...
 Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Conroy exit a bolt from the blue  West Australian1 week ago
WA Today

'I scored a hat-trick...must be time to say farewell'

Senator Conroy (Victoria Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate) (20:53): Could I take this opportunity to thank and congratulate Senator Cormann for his constructive approach to resolving some of the difficult issues. Both sides were ...
 WA Today1 week ago Stephen Conroy's full resignation speech, quietly tabled to the Senate late on Thursday  Melbourne Age1 week ago

Gillard was maligned as PM

She was keenly aware of my Queensland heritage and long relationships with Kevin Rudd, Wayne Swan and Craig Emerson. She was living with Emerson at the time and would have been well aware that I had been on close terms with Kim Beazley, the then ...
 Perth Now2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Dastyari managed to conflate two of voters' chief concerns

| With his long, sticky fingers Senator Sam Dastyari, hotshot of the NSW Labor right machine, this week managed to conflate two of the Australian electorate's chief concerns, fabricate them into a political weapon and turn it on himself. The first ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Donations, Dastyari and Chinese soft power  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago
WA Today

Sam Dastyari, former Labor star, talks his way to the status of a nobody

How the words must have stung young Sam Dastyari. He has spent much of his 33 years promoting his own brilliance and being told he was a Labor star. Now his party leader, Bill Shorten, trying to minimise him as a political target, was dismissing ...
 WA Today2 weeks ago Dastyari, former Labor star, talks his way to nowhere  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago
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