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Ian Harper at Melbourne Business School

Meet Professor Ian Harper, the new Dean of Melbourne Business School


Orford Initiative to look into conflicting views of retirement in Australia

Super funds, financial planners, industry bodies, government and the media are among some of the representatives being consulted in a new study on retirement outcomes by Melbourne Business School. 

How a leadership program is helping David Large innovate at the MCG

The Melbourne Cricket Club is one of Australia's oldest and largest sporting clubs, with more than 130,000 members. It’s David Large's job to keep them happy.

Podcast: What organisations can do to promote gender equality at work

Sharing data about gender across an organisation can help managers learn from each other without getting HR involved, says Professor Isabel Metz.

Australia needs copyright reform to innovate, says Redbubble founder

Australia is being held back by intellectual property laws that are decades out of date and stifling innovation, says Martin Hosking. 

Melbourne Health Accelerator gets $1 million to boost commercialisation

LaunchVic has given $1 million to help Melbourne's leading health innovator commercialise new ideas with support from Melbourne Business School.

Murra Indigenous business program to double student intake from 2019

From next year, Melbourne Business School will run the Murra Indigenous Business Master Class program twice a year, expanding the program's intake up to 50 places.

How Kate Kennard went from working on Mad Men to studying an MBA

Former entertainment producer Kate Kennard didn’t know what consulting was when she started her MBA. She's now a senior associate at global consultancy and PwC subsidiary Strategy&.
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