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How do Australia's leading entrepreneurs explain their success and how do they plan to disrupt the market over the next year in order to stay in front of the digital, financial, entertainment or recruitment game?
Professor Richard Hall, Associate Dean (Management Education) has congratulated alumnus Mr Mark Fraser OAM on his appointment as the Governor-General's new official secretary.
From adventure to inclusivity 18 Jun 2014
Business School alumna Charlotte Park says she has always been "curious, a risk taker, and definitely a bit crazy". She now heads up Mercer consulting in Singapore.
A Business School team has won the prestigious Deloitte Fastrack Innovation Challenge, an annual competition which tests the ability of students to develop ideas likely to succeed in a 'real world' commercial environment.
Scholarship ceremony recognises over one hundred undergraduate and postgraduate students 02 Jun 2014
This year the Business School has awarded scholarships to more than one hundred undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The Business School has kicked off 2014 by continuing to sponsor the Sydney University Football Club (SUFC).
The contribution made by a University of Sydney engineering and business alumnus, Andrew Tanner, to the development of solar power has been recognised with a prestigious 2014 Advance Global Australian of the Year Award for Clean Technology.
The hurdles that remain - an International Women's Day panel discussion hosted by the Business School 04 Mar 2014
How far have women come in their quest for leadership equality and what are the hurdles that remain - a panel of three thought leaders will attempt to answer those questions as the University of Sydney Business School marks International Women's Day.
The University of Sydney Business School has awarded the 2014 Anstice MBA Scholarship for Community Leadership to a Salvation Army member who works with the city's disadvantaged and homeless.
Speaking at a Connect over Cocktails alumni event, Julie McKay (EMBA 11) said that while a merit based system might seem fair, it is heavily influenced, perhaps unknowingly, by preconceived notions of men and women and their roles in society.