Ranjit Voola - Newsroom articles
Australian Financial Review
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola's unit from the Master of Management degree was mentioned by the Dean of the Business School, Gregory Whitwell, in the Australian Financial Review, with regards to how students studying business can improve lives.
Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine
The Australian Financial Review's BOSS Magazine quoted Associate Professor Ranjit Voola about developing a formal framework for shared value.
The business of helping the poor for profit 04 Oct 2015
ABC Radio National
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola was interviewed on ABC Radio National's Sunday Extra about how investing in the world's poor is the way forward for business.
Business Insider interviewed Associate Professor Ranjit Voola for an article about how some companies have seen huge business opportunities in addressing social issues, such as poverty and sanitation.
Leaders from 200 countries have set new goals aimed at tackling the world's biggest problems including poverty and hunger 28 Sep 2015
ABC News Radio
ABC News Radio interviewed Associate Professor Ranjit Voola about the UN's Sustainable Development Goals which will replace the Millennium Development Goals which expired this year.
Social Good Summit Sydney 2015 23 Sep 2015
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola was interviewed on Northside Radio about how the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations might be achieved.
Ranjit Voola on ABC Radio National 21 Sep 2015
ABC Radio National
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola was interviewed on ABC Radio National about the UN's new sustainable development goals and the upcoming Social Good Summit.
Upfront business school news and views 14 Sep 2014
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola's unit titled Poverty and Profitability was profiled in the Financial Times, Masters in Management Supplement.
Profiting from poverty 15 Jul 2014
Radio National Life Matters
Dr Ranjit Voola is interviewed on Radio National's Life Matters program about the Business School's new unit, Poverty Alleviation and Profitability, which looks at how making a profit out of poverty may soon be a sustainable way of doing business.
Can we fight poverty by profiting from it? This radical business course will teach you how. 24 Jun 2014
Associate Professor Ranjit Voola is interviewed about a course that teaches a new approach to fighting poverty.