Melbourne Business School attracts the best business practitioners and researchers to help emerging leaders take their organisations into the future.
In our classrooms, students from all corners of the globe work together under pressure to collaborate, grow and challenge themselves.
For innovation you need creativity, critical thinking, competition, collaboration and communication. These are the essential drivers of a modern knowledge economy, such as the one we're developing here in Melbourne.
IAN HARPER AO
Dean, Melbourne Business School
Co-Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics
Mr Barker has been a managing director of some of Australia’s leading investment companies, including the Australian Foundation Investment Company, Mirrabooka Investments and AMCIL Ltd, and now serves as a non-executive director on their boards.
CHAIR: INVESTMENT COMMITTEE
Over thirty five years of corporate finance experience in Melbourne, New York and London. Founder and Chairman of Flagstaff Partners, an independent corporate finance advisory firm. A Governor of The Ian Potter Foundation.
One of Australia’s leading economists, Professor Harper is Dean of Melbourne Business School, Co-Dean of the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Business and Economics, a Reserve Bank board member and former Deloitte partner.
CHAIR: FINANCE, RISK AND AUDIT COMMITTEE
Mr Johanson was a long-time chair of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank and member of the Australian Government’s Takeovers Panel. He continues to chair the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and Australian Friends of Asha for Slums charity.
A global executive for over 25 years, Ms Johns is Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of explosives and fertiliser giant Incitec Pivot. She is also a founding member of the Australian Climate Leaders Coalition.
Professor Kofman is Co-Dean and Sidney Myer Chair of Commerce at the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Business and Economics. He is a co-author of “A Matter of Trust: The Practice of Ethics in Finance”.
A 13-year partner of global consultancy McKinsey & Company in Melbourne, Mr Leitch is CEO of Australia’s premier retailer of musical instruments and pro audio gear, SoundBay, and remains a McKinsey Master Faculty member, training associate partners.
Mr Lord was once chairman or director at Foster’s Brewing, Elders Resources and sporting clubs Hawthorn Football Club and Melbourne Victory. He’s now owner of Belgravia Group and founder of UXC and Judo Bank.
Professor Martin worked in senior strategy and operational risk roles, including for Credit Suisse in Singapore and London, before completing his PhD in Madrid and joining our School to teach strategy on our MBA programs.
After senior roles at the University of Cambridge, Professor Maskell is now University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor. The infectious diseases expert has co-founded four biotech companies and sat on capital investment fund and FTSE250 company boards.
CHAIR: REMUNERATION AND NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE
Former World Vision Australia CEO, Ms Rogers has also been a strategic growth and digital leader at ANZ bank. She is currently dutyof.care Executive Director, Mentor List Managing Partner and an angel at Scale Investors.
DEPUTY CHAIRMAN; CHAIR: PROPERTIES & FACILITIES
A partner for over 40 years at top commercial law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques, now King & Wood Mallesons, for whom he still consults, Mr Zipfinger is also chairman of green technology company, Vecor.
DEAN, MELBOURNE BUSINESS SCHOOL, FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Professor Harper is one of Australia's most respected and influential economists. As Dean of Melbourne Business School, he is leading the organisation into a new era of innovation and collaboration with business.
Professor Beaton-Wells is one of the world’s leading competition policy and law academics, and a former Associate Dean of Melbourne Law School. She is responsible for overseeing all operational aspects of the organisation.
Melbourne Business School is a public company, limited by guarantee, and jointly owned by business (55 per cent) and the University of Melbourne (45 per cent). As the University’s graduate school in business and economics, we’re run as a not-for-profit to provide Australia’s best business education experience.
Remunerations and Nominations Committee
Finance Risk and Audit Committee
Properties and Facilities Committee
AGM 2022 – Proposed Amendments to Constitution
Melbourne Business School is committed to the highest standards of conduct and ethical behavior.
In supporting a culture of honest and ethical behavior, corporate compliance and good corporate governance, the School has embedded a Whistleblower Policy encouraging the reporting of any undesirable conduct by any personnel associated with Melbourne Business School, through a formal process and protection policy.
Annual Financial Reports
Download the Latest ReportAnnual Financial Report 2021
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