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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.

Productive mind games

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.

Nico Neumann to join Melbourne Business School

Dr Nico Neumann is joining Melbourne Business School as an Assistant Professor to do research and teach marketing courses, with a focus on analytics, marketing automation and technology management.

Mental health: the hidden workplace crisis

With an annual cost to productivity of $10.9 billion, mental health seems an obvious area for workplace reform. And yet, according to Dr Ian Williamson, the issue remains hidden in most workplaces.

Ami takes aim at Accenture

If determination is a pointer to future success, Ami Price-Gagnon can expect a fruitful career, beginning with Accenture – where she secured her job just before completing her MBA at Melbourne Business School in 2017.

Five critical steps to becoming a leader

Shifting into a leadership role can be a big step for anyone. Leaders must deal with greater complexity, more people and build strategic relationships within their organisational context. 

Dr Hugh Williams joins the Centre for Business Analytics

Melbourne Business School is delighted to welcome global technology leader Dr Hugh Williams to the Centre for Business Analytics as a Distinguished Fellow.

2017 Hibberd Lectureship continues a Fine tradition

The quality of teaching at Melbourne Business School owes much to the calibre of our supporters, as exemplified by the Hibberd Lectureship, named after one of Australia’s most significant nation builders and held in 2017 by gender-bias expert Professor Cordelia Fine.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Strategy

Creating a strategy that actually works is challenging. In fact, less than 50 per cent of all strategies ever succeed, which is why many senior managers feel pressure from above and below.

MBAus Conference 2017 – Lead. Empower. Inspire.

We are proud to announce that Melbourne Business School will host the official, national launch of MBAus – a student-led networking forum to promote the value of an MBA – at the inaugural MBAus Conference on 25–27 August 2017.
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