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Sydney Business Connect

The University of Sydney Business School Magazine

Sydney Business Connect celebrates the Business School community – our alumni, students and staff, as well as industry, government and community partners who discover new ways of doing things, conceptualise problems differently, innovate and challenge the status quo.

Our June edition looks at ‘leadership for good’. Feature articles include Telstra Chairman Catherine Livingstone on leadership in the 21st century, and an interview with Tim Costello AO, one of Australia’s leading voices on social justice issues, leadership and ethics.

We ask why business leadership is embracing the past, and challenge assumptions on poverty alleviation. Our students and alumni also share their own lessons in leadership – from the corporate sector, to the humanitarian community working for the Syria crisis.


Teamwork, transparency, honesty – and a little ego

Telstra Chairman Catherine Livingstone is more than qualified. She discusses where we’ve come from and where we’re headed as she looks at leadership in the 21st century.

Leadership for good: Sowing seeds for the future

BOSS Emerging Leaders MBA Scholarship recipients Anita Mitchell, Natalie Cope and Omar Khan share what they’ve learned about leadership.

Why business leadership is embracing the past: From bureaucracy to management as consultancy

Does this spell the end of the multibillion-dollar consulting industry?

Challenging assumptions on the world poverty crisis

If we partnered with the poor through empowerment, we could profit with purpose. Associate Professor Ranjit Voola and Sonia Lipski discuss why socially responsible business pays off.

Tim Costello – a leader from the back end of town

Tim Costello uses his leadership skills to steer the nation’s moral compass. In a society he claims is often focused on “maximising” over “meaning”, is there hope for the next generation of leaders to change the discourse?