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Opinion Box Videos

Eliza Wu

In times of economic uncertainty, international banks are likely to pull-back on cross boarder banking activities. Dr Eliza Wu, Associate Professor in the Discipline of Finance discusses the potential implications from Brexit on Asia Pacific- a region heavily reliant on bank financing.

Greg Whitwell

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.

Massimo Garbuio

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.

Hans Hendrischke

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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News Videos

Maintaining competitive advantage in the digital age

Dr Eric Knight leads a panel discussion of industry experts on how to maintain competitive advantage in the digital age in the second Emerging Leaders Masterclass for 2015. mba.sydney.edu.au

BOSS Emerging Leaders Scholarship 2015-2016

Samantha Cook, a lawyer specialising in cross-border and international business transactions, has been awarded the $60,000 BOSS Emerging Leaders MBA Scholarship for 2015-2016.

UN Social Good Summit Australia 2015

The UN Social Good Summit Australia brought together business leaders, academics and NGO representatives to examine the impact of social good initiatives around the world.

Management Consultancy

Professor Chris Wright discusses his new book, "Management as Consultancy: Neo-bureaucracy and the consultant manager"


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Industry Placement Program Videos

Industry Placement Program - Canberra

The Business School has partnered with UN Women National Committee Australia in a joint effort to promote gender equality and in a united goal to further women's education.


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Research Highlights

The social side of e-commerce - lessons from rural China

Every year, for the foreseeable future, another 30 million Chinese will go online to shop, according to a new Boston Consulting Group report.

Having it all and avoiding climate disaster? Maybe not.

Professor Christopher Wright is casting new light on the role of business as both a contributor and potential provider of solutions to the climate crisis.

Intelligence testing

Brain drain and brain gain in the workplace: According to new research, neuroscience is revolutionising our understanding of intelligence in the workplace.

Foreign language processing in multinational companies

Brain drain and brain gain in the workplace: By studying brain structures and processes, we can improve employees’ performance in a myriad of ways.


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Poverty Alleviation and Profitability Research Group Videos

UN Social Good Summit Australia 2015

The UN Social Good Summit Australia brought together business leaders, academics and NGO representatives to examine the impact of social good initiatives around the world.

Poverty Alleviation and Profitability - A New Unit of Study in Master of Management (CEMS)

Associate Professor Ranjit Voola discusses the new unit, Poverty Alleviation and Profitability, in the CEMS Masters in International Management program.

Poverty Alleviation and Profitability Research Group Roundtable

Reflections from the Inaugural Roundtable of the Poverty Alleviation and Profitability Research Group held at the University of Sydney Business School's CBD Campus.

Poverty Alleviation and Profitability: Shared Value.

Tharani Jegatheeswaran, Client Director (Not for Profits) of Deloitte Australia and Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Sydney Business School, talks about the role of business in alleviating poverty through profitability.


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Digital Disruption Research Group Videos

Invitation to DISRUPT.SYDNEY 2015

DISRUPT.SYDNEY takes place on 25 September 2015, for more information visit http://www.disruptsydney.com

DISRUPT.SYDNEY 2014 Highlights

Assoc. Professor Kai Riemer introduces the highlights from DISRUPT.SYDNEY 2014, held on 26 Sep 2014.

The key to innovation is an infrastructure view of technology

In this talk Kai contrasts the dominant tool view of technology, which sees technology as a solution for a problem, that has a distinct purpose and serves a need.


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Business Information Systems Videos

Disrupt.Sydney 2016

Welcome to DISRUPT.SYDNEY 2016

Disrupt.Sydney 2015 Short Talk by Barney Tan

Barney Tan's talk takes the audience to rural China, where e-commerce has had a major impact in empowering communities and bringing about social change.

Disrupt.Sydney

Associate Professor Kai Riemer and Senior lecturer Kristine Dery from the University of Sydney Business School talk about capitalising on digital disruption.


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Balanced Enterprise Research Network Videos

Climate Change, Capitalism & Corporations

The launch of the book Climate Change, Capitalism and Corporations: Processes of Creative Self-Destruction by Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg, at the Sydney Environment Institute event.

Balanced Enterprise Research Network Seminar - Ben Caldecott

Ben Caldecott and Tim Buckley speaks at the ‘Subcritical Coal in Australia: Risks to Investors and Implications for Policy Makers’ seminar on 8 April 2015.

Balanced Enterprise Research Network - The Biodiversity Crisis

This BERN and Sydney Ideas symposium discusses the Environmental, Social and Economic Impacts of humans on biodiversity.

Balanced Enterprise Research Network Symposium - Dirk Matten

Dirk Matten, Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility at Schulich School of Business, University of York speaks at the Balanced Enterprise Research Network Symposium on 14 February 2014.


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Student Testimonial Videos

Gerry Hiscock, Master of Commerce (Finance)

Where will postgraduate study lead you? Accelerate your leadership journey at the University of Sydney Business School.

Evgenia Stancheva, Master of International Business

Where will postgraduate study lead you? Accelerate your leadership journey at the University of Sydney Business School.

Kerry Zhuang, Master of Commerce (specialising in Logistics and Supply Chain Management)

Where will postgraduate study lead you? Accelerate your leadership journey at the University of Sydney Business School.

Robert Brunning, Master of Marketing

Where will postgraduate study lead you? Accelerate your leadership journey at the University of Sydney Business School.


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Teaching Videos

Large Group Teaching with Giuseppe Carabetta

Large Group Teaching featuring Guiseppe Carabetta

Giuseppe Carabetta

Principles & Practice of Teaching


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Engagement

The First Step - Australia Awards Fellowship

The Business School has joined with the Centre for Disability Research and Policy to empower women and people with disabilities through entrepreneurial education.

The First Step, Australia Awards Fellowship: Meet the participants

The Business School has joined with the Centre for Disability Research and Policy to empower women and people with disabilities through entrepreneurial education.

Wingara Mura Bunga Barrabugu

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students currently in years 8, 9, 10 or 11, who are considering studies beyond high school take part in the Wingara Mura-Bunga Barrabugu Summer Program to get a taste of uni life.

Remote and Rural Enterprise (RARE) Program

RARE is a community-engaged learning program, connecting postgraduate and undergraduate students at the University of Sydney with remote and rural enterprises in Australia to collaboratively complete action-research projects.


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Australia China Business Network Videos

Interview with Daniel Rosen on Chinese Outward Investment

Interview with Professor Daniel Rosen, Partner of the Rhodium Group, on how to maximising the benefits of Chinese foreign direct investment.

China's Outward Direct Investment: Window on Domestic Shortcomings with Daniel Rosen

China Studies Centre on how to maximising the benefits of Chinese foreign direct investment with Professor Daniel Rosen.


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Accounting Videos

Making water count: water accountability change within an Australian university

Dr Matthew Egan discusses his recent paper entitled Making water count: water accountability change within an Australian university


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Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies Videos

What is Critical Thinking in Transport and Supply Chains?

Academics from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies discuss critical thinking in transport and supply chains.

Rico Merkert

Dr Rico Merkert, Senior Lecturer in Aviation Management at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, discusses the announcement of a second Sydney airport in Badgerys Creek.

Where will a course in transport and logistics take you?

The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) undertakes graduate teaching, management development programs, grant and contract research and development in the fields of transport and logistics studies. (Dec 2013)


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Management Education Videos

Your Career, MBA Career Services

Lisa Tarry, Careers and Corporate Relations Manager, MBA Programs, discusses the MBA Career Services offered at the University of Sydney Business School.

Maintaining competitive advantage in the digital age

Dr Eric Knight leads a panel discussion of industry experts on how to maintain competitive advantage in the digital age in the second Emerging Leaders Masterclass for 2015. mba.sydney.edu.au

BOSS Emerging Leaders Scholarship 2015-2016

Samantha Cook, a lawyer specialising in cross-border and international business transactions, has been awarded the $60,000 BOSS Emerging Leaders MBA Scholarship for 2015-2016.

CEMS Master of Management Block seminar: Doing business in Asia

Students in the CEMS Master of Management program at the University of Sydney Business School and industry leaders discuss the block seminar: 'Doing Business in Asia'.


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Marketing Videos

Master of Marketing student testimonial Ken Britto

Master of Marketing student and Commercial Account Manager of Hewlett Packard, Ken Britto, talks about his study at the University of Sydney Business School.

In Conversation with Maysoon El-Ahmad and Charles Areni at the University of Sydney Business School

Professor Charles Areni interviewed Maysoon El-Ahmad (Customer Insight Manager, Woolworths) on her postgraduate study experience at the University of Sydney Business School.

Master of Marketing student testimonial Adam Kennedy

University of Sydney Business School student, Adam Kennedy, talks about why he chose the Master of Marketing program.

Master of Marketing student testimonial Sally Packham

University of Sydney Business School student, Sally Packham, talks about why she chose the Master of Marketing program.


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International Business Videos

Master of International Business the student experience

Master of International Business - the student experience


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Work and Organisational Studies Videos

Management Consultancy

Professor Chris Wright discusses his new book, "Management as Consultancy: Neo-bureaucracy and the consultant manager"

Gender policy initiatives - Professor Marian Baird

Professor Marian Baird from Work and Organisational Studies talks about the Federal Government's major policy initiatives to reduce gender inequality.

Russell Lansbury

Fairwork Comission. Employee Communication & Engagement: An Elusive Quest

A very co-operative year

2012 is the UN Year of the Co-operative. Professor Greg Patmore discusses the importance of co-ops in the developing world.


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Alumni Videos

Alexis Soulopoulos

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mad Paws. Master of Management CEMS ’14.

Will Edwards

Founder, Archie Rose Distilling Co. Master of Management ’12

Connect and Learn: Sustainability

Climate change is perhaps the greatest challenge facing humanity this century. What role can business play in effective climate change response?

Connect Over Cocktails

Julie McKay, Executive Director for the Australian National Committee for UN Women provided the keynote address at our Connect Over Cocktails alumni event.


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Videos

Enterprise Social Network Adoption

Dr Kai Reimer's Keynote speech at the CIO Strategy Summit on 28 August 2012. The talk draws heavily on Dr Reimer's research on ESN in organisations (in particular Yammer).


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