How Teachers Feel About A.I. as a Tool to Enhance Learning

By: Sophie Renton

Technological advancements have undoubtedly contributed to changes in the education sector in the past and will continue to play a role in the future. Read more

Generation Alpha Are Becoming Teenagers: A Look Into the Future

By: Ashley Fell

Generation Alpha, born between 2010 and 2024, is the first generation to be entirely born in the 21st century. Read more

The Great Teacher Exodus: Tackling Burnout in the Education Sector

By: McCrindle

Teachers play a vital role in society. They are at the forefront of equipping the next generation with the skills they need to thrive. Read more

Leading Multigenerational Teams

By: Mark McCrindle

In recent times the realities of an ageing population, an emerging generation of workers and their subsequent new attitude to work have dawned on many business leaders. Read more

Australia’s Income and Wealth Distribution: A Snapshot

By: Mark McCrindle

Curious about how wealth and income are distributed across the different generations in Australia? Read more

Three Differences Between Gen Y and Gen Z Employees

By: Ashley Fell 

When it comes to keeping up with the trends and preparing for the future, the focus tends to be on technological shifts. Read more

The Future of Human-AI Interaction

By: Ashley Fell 

For many years, the consumer relationship with Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been seen as something fairly rudimentary. Read more

We Should Incentivise Child-Bearing, Says Social Scientist Nicholas Eberstadt

By: James Bennett

In 2022, 75% of all countries worldwide had fertility rates below replacement levels, including wealthy Western nations and emerging economies such as India, China, Brazil and Turkey. Read more

You Trust Your Intuition More Than You Think. Here’s Why…

By: Michael McQueen

Sometimes you just ‘know’. In the absence of evidence, logic and often common sense, all of us experience a deeply felt certainty that seems to defy all of our standard principles of decision-making. Read more

The Case for Marriage and Why It’s Good For Us: Research Findings

By: Kristian Johnson

“Marriage has lost ground, has retreated the most, amongst working-class and poor Americans, and so what that means practically of course, both economically and socially, is that leaves poor and working-class adults and kids doubly disadvantaged.”  ~ Brad Wilcox

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