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Libby (Elizabeth) Sander

Libby (Elizabeth) Sander

Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Bond Business School, Bond University
Libby Sander, PhD, Master HRM, Bachelor of Arts (Japanese), Bachelor of Business, is an Assistant Professor in the Business School at Bond University.

Libby has appeared on ABC TV’s Catalyst and The Drum featuring her research, Sunrise on Channel 7, ABC News and spoken at TEDx .

Libby is an agenda contributor at the World Economic Forum and her articles have appeared in US Newsweek, the BBC, the World Economic Forum, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Fast Company, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and on SBS, amongst others.

Libby is the co-author of Work in the 21st Century: How do I Log On? which was published by Emerald in 2017, and is currently working on a new book to be published by Routledge.

She is regularly featured on radio and in national media including for the ABC, 3AW and The Australian, commenting on issues on work, society and future trends in organisations.

Digital nomad visas offer the best of two worlds

Dec 30, 2022 10:19 am UTC| Life

Imagine starting your work day with a fresh coconut juice perched by your laptop as you gaze over the ocean or a tropical rainforest. Its the sort of thing to fantasise about during long, tiresome commutes and days in a...

Elon Musk's 'hardcore' management style: a case study in what not to do

Nov 23, 2022 05:02 am UTC| Insights & Views Business

As a case study in how to implement organisational change, Elon Musks actions at Twitter will go down as the gold standard in what not to do. Among other things, the evidence shows successful organisational change...

Even Google agrees there's no going back to the old office life

Mar 07, 2022 08:55 am UTC| Technology

The great enforced global experiment in working from home is coming to an end, as vaccines, the Omicron variant and new therapeutic drugs bring the COVID-19 crisis under control. But a voluntary experiment has begun, as...

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Economy

Space arms race may be underway

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Mauritius’ next growth phase: a new plan is needed as the tax haven era fades

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Myth: How the US manipulates global markets for economic supremacy

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The world no longer needs fossil fuels – and the UK could lead the way in making them taboo

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Politics

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Election 2024: migrants aren’t to blame for Britain’s housing crisis

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How Vladimir Putin projects his image as a modern-day Peter the Great

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Another election, another round of Nigel Farage hype, with no lessons learned

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Trump's 'Huge Fan' Status of Tesla Cybertruck Fuels Growing Alliance with Elon Musk

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Science

Nations realise they need to take risks or lose the race to the Moon

The Nasa-led Artemis-3 mission will place the first human boots on the surface of the Moon since Apollo 17s Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt left the lunar surface in December 1972. The goal of the Artemis programme is...

Eye exercises to improve sight – is there any science behind them? An ophthalmologist explains why you shouldn’t buy the hype

You may have seen advertisements claiming to eliminate the need for eyeglasses through vision therapy or vision training basically, eye exercises. These exercises include putting pressure on or palming the eye; eye...

The universe’s biggest explosions made some of the elements we are composed of. But there’s another mystery source out there

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Technology

Shiba Inu Coin Burn Rate Spikes 530%, Boosting Hopes for SHIB Price Rally

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Standard Chartered to Launch Bitcoin, Ether Trading Desk Amid Institutional Demand

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Bitwise CIO Matt Hougan: 3 Compelling Reasons Bitcoiners Should Also Invest in Ethereum

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CEO Says Ford is ‘Getting Close’ to Level 3 Autonomous Driving with ‘Hands and Eyes Off’

Ford CEO Jim Farley announced the companys progress towards achieving Level 3 autonomous driving, allowing for hands-free and eyes-off-the-road operation, during a recent interview with Bloomberg TV. Ford CEO Jim Farley...
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