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Alumnus David Orford donates $900K for retirement research

David Orford, founder and chairman of superannuation software company Financial Synergy, has pledged $900,000 to Melbourne Business School to fund research to help Australians manage their retirement income more effectively.

Care more about yourself than your phone: Arianna Huffington

We pay more attention to our smartphones than our mental health, says Arianna Huffington, the former Huffington Post editor-in-chief and current CEO of well-being specialists Thrive Global.

Women in Leadership: Appearance vs Track Record

Women leaders are sometimes seen as trouble-makers because their leadership often involves challenging or disrupting the status quo and innovating beyond the traditional norms of a business, community or family. Research by Amanda Sinclair and Christine Nixon shows they are often judged by their appearance not their track record.

Forget the job title, build your skill set, says LinkedIn’s Legrand

If you want to advance your career in the modern world, focus on building your skills rather than your job title, says Olivier Legrand, LinkedIn’s Managing Director and VP of Asia Pacific and China.

To see your future, examine what you’re doing now

Driverless cars, drone deliveries, lab-grown meat, every surface a solar panel, gene technology that eliminates disease with a snip of our DNA, the future is everywhere, offering opportunity and threatening disruption – so why don’t we plan for it better?

Data scientists taste the future at quantum computing bootcamp

Some of Melbourne’s sharpest minds recently experienced the potential of quantum computing to revolutionise our economy and create a high-skilled jobs boom in the aerospace, defence, finance, insurance, security and other industries.

FT ranks our Executive MBA Australia’s best

The Financial Times has ranked Melbourne Business School’s prestigious Executive MBA the best program of its type in Australia and among the best in the world.

Talking Analytics: Wallabies coach Michael Cheika

How to use data to make clean decisions

Head coach of Australia’s national Wallabies rugby team Michael Cheika believes leaders must never lose touch with the “feel for the game” when trying to comprehend mountains of data.

MBAus founders celebrate inaugural conference success

The Melbourne Business School students who founded MBAus to promote the value of an MBA say their inaugural conference was a great success. Speakers included EY’s Annette Kimmitt talking global disruption, Mark Ritson taking on the digital generation and economist Ian Harper hosting a discussion on a post-Trump/Brexit world.

Customer-centric by design

Our Greg Harbidge explains a simple way for businesses to innovate by testing ideas and getting inside users’ heads right from the start.
In business, design thinking is a revolutionary idea because it turns traditional business thinking on its head and is easy to implement.
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