ANZMHA Podcast: Bronwen Dalton

ANZMHA Podcast: Bronwen Dalton

Bronwen shares the culture shifts which need to happen around a new way of working and what that looks like for the future of work in Australia.  

Today we chat with Professor Bronwen Dalton. Bronwen is the Head of the Department of Management and the Director of the Masters of Not-for-Profit and Social Enterprise Program at the University of Technology, Sydney. She is also a North Korea expert. In 2012-14 Bronwen was the National Manager, Research at Mission Australia.  
Bronwen was an expert adviser on the evaluation of the Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services’ Stronger Families and Communities Strategy. Bronwen has also worked closely on anti-corruption as part of her role as policy officers at the Independent Commission Against Corruption and at the NSW Attorney General’s Department. 

Today we talk about Bronwen’s varied background growing up in rural NSW then traveling to Korea and her formative career. We discuss how COVID rapidly accelerated the flexibility of work in our society, Bronwen’s current research into the viability of the four day work week and the employee and business outcomes of a four day work week.

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