Ir Wageningen; MSc Amsterdam; PhD Sydney
Director MBA (Acting);
Program Director, The John Grill Centre for Project Leadership
J12 - School of Information Technologies Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Maurizio Floris is Program Director for the John Grill Centre for Project Leadership and Acting Director for the MBA.
He has also been an Associate of Melbourne Business School's Executive Development arm Mt Eliza since 2006. Prior to that, Maurizio was in industry for nearly two decades. His key roles include Strategy Consultant with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), General Manager with Chubb, and CEO of Impart Corporation (Oracle/ university joint venture in e-learning).
His broad industry experience includes financial services, utilities, fast moving consumer goods, publishing, IT, agribusiness and international development. Maurizio has extensive international experience, and has worked in Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.
Carbon tax: not everyone's worse off 03 Jul 2012
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review has published an op-ed written by Professor Christopher Wright and Lecturer Maurizio Floris, Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, in which they opine that several political and business hindrances stand in the way of Tony Abbott's pledged repeal of the Carbon Tax.
Marshak RJ, Grant DS and Floris M 2015 'Discourse and Dialogic Organization Development' in Dialogic Organization Development: The Theory and Practice of Transformational Change, ed. Bushe GR and Marshak RJ, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., Oakland, United States, pp. 77-99
Floris M, Grant D and Cutcher L 2015 'Calculative Devices as Boundary Objects in an Acquisition Discourse', 75th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada, 11th August 2015
Floris M, Grant D and Cutcher L 2014 'Calculative Devices as Boundary Objects', 30th European Group of Organizational Studies EGOS Colloquium - "Reimagining, Rethinking, Reshaping: Organizational Scholarship in Unsettled Times", Rotterdam, Netherlands, 5th July 2014
Floris M 2012 'Boundary Markers in BHP's failed acquisition of Rio Tinto', Discourse and Strategy-as-Practice: ICRODSC Organizational Discourse, Strategy and Change Group, Sydney, Australia, 1st January 2012-31st December 2012
Wright C, Nyberg D, Grant D, Dunford R and Floris M 2012 'Managing the risks of climate change: Justifying the past, marketing the present and colonizing the future', 28th European Group for Organizational Studies EGOS Colloquium 2012 - "Design!?", Helsinki, Finland, 7th July 2012
Floris M and Wright C 2012 'Submission to the Inquiry into Barriers to Effective Climate Change Adaptation', Australian Government Productivity Commission
Floris M and Wright C 2012 'Carbon tax: not everyone's worse off', Australian Financial Review
Grant D, Cutcher L and Floris M 2011 'The Role of Calculative Devices in Strategizing', 27th European Group for Organizational Studies EGOS Colloquium 2011 - "Reassembling Organizations", Gothenburg, Sweden, 9th July 2011
Floris M 2010 'A discursive analysis of the future business environment in Asia (essay)', Meiji Business Review, vol.58, pp. 77-84
Floris M 2010 'The Strategizing Brain (online piece)', Brain Art Exhibition
Floris M, Grant D and Cutcher L 2009 'A discursive analysis of an acquisition strategy of Australian mining companies', 21st Century Business Issues in North America, Asia, and Oceania, Tokyo, Japan, 1st January 2009-31st December 2009
Floris M, Grant D and Cutcher L 2009 'The Narrow Margins of the CEO: Discursive Practices and Strategizing with External Actors', 26th EGOS Colloquium: Passion for creativity and innovation; Energizing the study for organizations and organizing, Barcelona, Spain, 1st January 2009-31st December 2009
Floris M 2008 'A new recipe for talent', Business Review Weekly, vol.7:February, pp. 52-53
Floris M 2007 'Beware of bias', Business Review Weekly, vol.1:February, pp. 48-49
Fernandez E and Floris M 2006 'A DOOR to change', Business Review Weekly, vol.14:December, pp. 64
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