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Business School research aims to improve the lives of refugees around the world

Business School research aims to improve the lives of refugees around the world

The Business School is to take part in an ambitious international study which will track the experiences of Syrian refugees as they seek to rebuild their lives in Australia and six other countries.

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Research

Design cognition – creating the next generation of entrepreneurs

Dr Massimo Garbuio is looking at how entrepreneurs unlock innovative ideas and make strategic decisions, and the art of mastering design cognition.

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Sydney Business Insights

Innovation in the Navy: how the Air Arm does it

Innovation in the Navy: how the Air Arm does it

Bringing innovation to a place where rules, hierarchy and tradition are deeply ingrained in the very fabric of the institution can be difficult. How does the Navy break the mould?

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What's on

28th June

MBA and Postgraduate Business Information Session

Discover how to take your career further or in a completely new direction at the University of Sydney Business School's MBA and Postgraduate Information Session.

29th June

Workshop 3 – Using NVivo 11 to Analyse Data II

In Workshop 3, you will focus on your own research while also learning how to use some of NVivo’s advanced querying, analysis and reporting tools.

10th July

SBA Screening of 'The Age of Consequences'

Sustainable Business Australia is delighted to be hosting a screening of The Age of Consequences; a film that investigates the role of climate change as an “accelerant of instability”. Following the screening a panel of experts will discuss some of the themes of the film relevant to Australia.


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