While the government improved compared with the previous poll, this is the 24th consecutive Newspoll the Coalition has lost in two-party terms.
The sudden exit from parliament of Senate President Stephen Parry has turned into a toxic blame game, in a further sign of a government crumbling into chaos.
Dave Lewis has dragged the supermarket clear of an accounting scandal. Now for the hard bit ...
Emeritus Archbishop Desmond Tutu embraces everything noble in Aristotelian virtue ethics and African philosophical systems alike.
The ancient Greeks knew what made a good leader. Why does it seem we have forgotten their lessons?
Introverts might think they will not make good leaders but with some encouragement research shows they make capable leaders.
Liberals still don't think Abbott could recapture the prime ministership. But his power to harm an embattled Turnbull is enormous.
A new book attempts to cloak Tony Abbott in a political philosophy, but is not entirely convincing.
Politics Podcast: Judith Brett on The Enigmatic Mr Deakin.
Judith Brett's biography, The Enigmatic Mr Deakin, reveals the intense inner world of one of the most important fathers of Australian federation.
'Suitability' checks in organisations are important but have limitations in screening out child sex offenders. Leaders need to change how they approach the issue.
Is it time to put a moratorium on the meaningless word 'leadership?' In the business world, leadership now often simply means performing mundane managerial duties.
Trump's reaction to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, prompted business leaders to sever ties with two White House councils.
Humble CEOs may be the new prize, but they are in short supply and face distinctive challenges.
Former vice-chancellor Jonathan Jansen argues that there is no future for South African universities.
A former president of Northeastern and scholar of higher education shares his perspectives on what has – and hasn't – changed in the role of the college president.
Eloquent Obama and bombastic Trump certainly have different speaking styles. But a big data analysis of their speeches also shows a surprising commonality.
A scholar argues why more rules, regulations and codes, such as those proposed by Walter Shaub, will not have much effect.
Ethics and a clear vision really do matter – especially in these turbulent times.
Democracy and good governance require politicians to engage in reasoned debate, informed decision making and measured judgements. This presupposes rationality. Is this always true?
Effective organisations encourage self-control, good process, proper discussion and are more driven by growth mindsets than unrealistic performance metrics.