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Libby Sander

Libby Sander

Lecturer, Bond University

Libby Sander, Bachelor of Arts (Japanese), Bachelor of Business, Master HRM, Fellow AIM, is the founder and director of the Future of Work Project, founder of Rethink, and past Chair of Goldspaces an urban renewal and cultural development platform.

Libby is a Lecturer at Bond University, published author and works with clients such as Microsoft Europe, Lend Lease and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation. She has won awards from the Academy of Management in the US and presented her research at the world's leading academic conferences.

Libby is currently co-authoring a book on the changing context of work which will be published by Emerald in 2017.

She is regularly featured on radio and in national media including The Australian, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, ABC, SBS and Radio National commenting on issues on work, society and future trends in organisations.

Libby has appeared on ABC TV’s science program Catalyst, and has spoken at TEDx. She is also a freelance feature writer and her work has been featured on the World Economic Forum site.

Why good design alone won't attract millennials to your company

Nov 22, 2017 02:29 am UTC| Insights & Views Business

Many Australian companies are embracing funky new design features that maximise relaxation and homely chill zones in an effort to lure highly skilled professionals. While these features certainly hold appeal, most workers...

Co-working is evolving to combine co-living

Mar 27, 2017 16:22 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

Recent reports estimate that by 2020 1.55 billion workers will be responsible for work that does not confine them to a desk. Already, up to 80% of employees work at least one day a week out of the office. Co-working,...

Should we bring back the office in 2017?

Dec 30, 2016 07:37 am UTC| Life

Its been quite a year. This in fact may be the understatement of the decade. As you returned to work in January, wondering what surprises lay ahead, theres a fair chance you wouldnt have picked many of the changes that...

The backlash against open plan offices: segmented space

Jul 27, 2016 07:37 am UTC| Insights & Views Business

Looking back on the changes in office design over the past 30 years, it is easy to see why some employees feel as if they have been subjects in a giant ongoing experiment. For decades the office has moved from private,...

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Economy

U.S. Treasuries remain on falling spree as Fed interest rate outlook continues to weigh amid muted trading

The U.S. Treasuries continued to fall Friday after the Federal Reserve kept its interest rates outlook unchanged in its last monetary policy meeting of this year concluded Wednesday. The yield on the benchmark 10-year...

UK gilts flat in muted trading; investors eye European Council’s meeting over Brexit negotiations

The UK gilts traded flat Friday as investors refrained from any major trading activity amid a muted session that witnessed data of least economic significance. Investors are now eyeing the European Councils meeting with...

German bunds jump after ECB agrees to continue debt-buying beyond September if needed

The German bunds jumped on the last trading day of the week after the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to continue its debt-buying operation even beyond September 2018, if required. Also, investors are closely eyeing...

New Zealand bonds sharply rally at close in response to government’s revision of fiscal and economic growth forecasts

New Zealand government bonds sharply rallied at the time of closing in response to the countrys coalition government downward revision of its economic and fiscal forecasts in its half-yearly update released early...

U.S. Treasuries plunge after Fed keeps interest rate outlook unchanged; eyes on November retail sales

The U.S. Treasuries plunged Thursday after the Federal Reserve kept its interest rates outlook unchanged in its last monetary policy meeting of this year concluded yesterday. Also, investors are keenly eyeing the countrys...

Politics

Latino elites are paying the California dream forward

American Latino economic elites have incomes and wealth in the top 5 percent of earners. Some own multi-million-dollar companies or work as corporate executives. Latino politicians like Kevin De León, who is...

Brexit: why Macron has more room to manoeuvre than May and Merkel

Despite the valiant efforts of both the EU and the UK to uphold confidence in the Brexit negotiations process, its clear the talks have been deeply unsatisfactory for both sides. Fundamental conflicts of interest and...

Why PR agencies and their spin should be the subject of greater scrutiny

It was one of the biggest and best-known British PR agencies around. So when Bell Pottinger came crashing down earlier this year, you could be forgiven for wondering why it hadnt prepared a better crisis strategy to deal...

Catalonia crisis: Spain enters unchartered territory following Madrid move to end autonomy

Shortly after Catalonias parliament in Barcelona voted to declare independence from Spain on October 27, the senate in Madrid voted to trigger Article 155 of the Spanish constitution, removing Catalonias autonomy. In...

China's ambition burns bright - with Xi Jinping firmly in charge

The most important political event of 2017, the 19th Chinese Communist Party Congress, has concluded. And while there was much to digest, one image above all stands out: Xi Jinpings political dominance and his burning...

Science

Humans Have Reached Natural Evolution Limit, Study Says

Science fiction would people believe that in thousands of years, humans might naturally evolve to possess incredible abilities. However, according to a new study, this might not exactly be the case. In terms of lifespan,...

Trump Wants To Do Moon Landings Again, Signs Directive To Expand Space Exploration

The Trump Administration appears to have a tilted relationship with science and technology. Anything that has to do with climate change is suppressed or denied. Anything that is bold, loud, and expensive such as going to...

Scientists Discover New Form Of Matter Theorized Over 50 Years Ago

A little over five decades ago, a form of matter was theorized to have existed, which perplexed scientists. This form of matter was finally discovered and the researchers were so excited about it, they named it Excitonium....

Over 50 U.S. Mayors Ignore President Trump’s Decision, Proceeds With Paris Climate Accord

In continued defiance against the Trump administrations mandate to keep supporting the fossil fuel industry and renege on the voluntary commitments made by the U.S. upon signing the Paris Climate Accord, a coalition of...

Scientists Are Now Closes To Creating Artificial Life

Most lifeforms on Earth are made up of natural DNA. However, scientists are now much closer to creating artificial creatures using synthetic methods. They did this by basically making additions to DNA in ways that nature...

Technology

New Wolfenstein II DLC Lets Players Tackle Nazis, No BJ Though

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus proved to be a surprising FPS game thanks to its excellent gameplay mechanics and several heart-warming moments. In the new downloadable content for the game, players can come back and bust...

The Predator Is Coming To Ghost Recon Wildlands, Hunt Down The Ultimate Hunter

In the first Predator movie, a team of elite soldiers on a rescue mission were hunted down one after another by an enemy they could not see. The film provided a window into how well humanitys best warriors can match up...

Crytek Sues Star Citizen Developer For Breach Of Contract

As one of the most long-awaited indie video games that is funded by fan contributions, Star Citizen has earned a reputation for getting delayed a lot. Thanks to a lawsuit filed by Crytek against the games developer, Cloud...

Microsoft Is Using Reddit To Make Bing More Appealing

Its no secret that Bing is not exactly the most popular search engine around. However, Reddit is one of the biggest and most influential online platforms on the internet. By leveraging the power of this forum site in the...

3D Sensor Firm Finisar To Get $390 Million In Investments From Apple

Apple just announced that it would be investing up to $390 million in Finisar Corp. The company basically makes the vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSEL) that allow for the True Depth feature on the iPhone X...
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December 15 17:00 UTC Released

USSoy crush

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163.546 Bushels M

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163.191 Bushels M

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164.242 Bushels M

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77 %

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4.2 %

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