A team of the Business School’s MBA students have been invited to collaborate with the PricewaterhouseCoopers innovation team, following their silver medal win in the PwC Case for Change Challenge. More
A large proportion of Australians are unable to tell the difference between good and bad financial advice and are unaware of techniques used by advisers to manipulate critical financial decisions, according to a major university study. More
The next generation of Australia’s corporate leaders and social entrepreneurs have been told that they must “deviate from the set path” and follow their passions if they are to create successful businesses. More
Staff Member: Susan Thorp
Susan Thorp was quoted by Financial Standard about her research which showed a large proportion of Australians are unable to tell the difference between good and bad financial advice.
Staff Member: Jyoti Bhattacharjya
The Guardian quoted Dr Jyoti Bhattacharjya about route optimisation software that may be used in logistics companies
The Weekend Australian, Sydney Morning Herald and Border Mail
Staff Member: John Buchanan
The Weekend Australian, Sydney Morning Herald and Border Mail reported on University of Sydney research that found mentorship and a strong workplace culture are central to retain apprenticeships. Lead author of the study, Professor John Buchanan was quoted.
By Hans Hendrischke and Wei Li
Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li authored an opinion piece published in The Conversation about The Australian government’s decision to block the lease of the NSW power grid to China. Read more
CEO World Magazine
By Gaia Grant
Gaia Grant co-authored an article with Andrew Grant for CEO World Magazine on what it takes for leaders and organisations to build a successful innovation culture. Read more
By Gaia Grant
Gaia Grant co-authored an article with Andrew Grant for booktopia on fostering innovation, in advance of their upcoming book 'The Innovation Race'. Read more
The Business School has been a part of the ground breaking research 'blueprint', which looked at the cultural composition of leaders within the ASX200, Federal Parliament, the public service and universities.
When developing a strategy for engaging with start-ups, Dr Massimo Garbuio states that big companies need to have the right mindset to successfully capture the start-up attitude to expose untapped assets and fuel innovation.
Chinese investment in Australia is growing strongly and involving new industries such as healthcare. Professor Hans Hendrischke discusses the positive findings from his research with KPMG on Chinese investment for both China and Australia.
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