Welcome to Issue 18 of Sydney Business Connect.
Topics covered in this issue are:
Dean's Message - The Business School's new Dean, Professor Geoffrey Garrett, introduces alumni to his vision for the school and emphasises the importance he places on remaining connected to alumni and working together to create a world class school.
The Changing Face of Business - in recent years the structure of the Business School has changed and Professor Geoffrey Garrett outlines what this means for alumni.
Rethinking China - "Australia must rethink some of the myths surrounding superpower rivalries if it is to continue to prosper from its economic and political links with both China and the United States" writes Professor Geoffrey Garrett.
Business School open to China's best and brightest - an update on the Business School’s links to China.
Building Entrepreneurial Communities - an introduction to the Innovation and Enterprise Ventures Program that has been designed to fuse the school's teaching and research activities with a broad range of community, government and industry engagements.
Recipe for Success - Associate Professor Teresa Davis' latest research looks at branding strategies which are targeting the child consumer in the digital space.
Business Intelligence - updates from across the school include: an outline of the Business School leadership team; acknowledgement and thanks to those alumni and friends who delivered an occasional address to our graduates in the first half of 2012 and congratulations to a wide range of alumni, staff and students for their recent achievements including the Queen's Birthday Honours announcements for 2012.
Alumni Events - lecture and dinner with world renowned accounting expert, Sir David Tweedie and the Sydney Connections Breakfast series.
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