Business School News
University of Sydney Business School students graduating from the Global Executive MBA program have described the experience as “life changing” and say they will never view their work or the world in the same way again. More
The Dean of the Business School, Professor Greg Whitwell, says that Chinese enterprises committed to “positive business outcomes” should be permitted to invest under the same conditions and enjoy the same benefits as Australian enterprises. More
Leaders need to invest in themselves – First graduate of the BOSS Emerging Leaders MBA Scholarship 14 Dec 2015
Leadership is as much about empathy, authenticity and vulnerability as it as it is about mastery of craft, according to recent MBA graduate and the first BOSS Emerging Leaders MBA Scholarship recipient, Anita Mitchel. More
Inclusion can boost your bottom line 09 Dec 2015
Despite the well-established business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce, a survey of some of Australia's most diversity-aware companies highlight the need for more rigour, according to research by the University of Sydney Business School and collaboration with the Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine. More
Professor Greg Whitwell, has described this year's CEMS graduation ceremony in the Russian city of St Petersburg as a "source of consolation for those despairing of a world riven by violence and bloody division". More
The High Commissioner of Mauritius has visited the Business School to discuss opportunities for the Mauritian academic community to link into the transport and infrastructure research expertise. More
The Business School and UN Women NC Australia have once again partnered to offer a $60,000 MBA Scholarship in a united effort to promote women in leadership at the most senior levels of the nation's public, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. More
A Business School team has placed second among the world’s top universities in the highly respected Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition, held in New York City.
The Business School has moved to provide women and people with disabilities in South East Asia with the entrepreneurial skills needed to exploit local level commercial opportunities.