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Ian Harper at Melbourne Business School

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


Alumni Reunion 2019 to open a new chapter at Melbourne Business School

Early next year, graduates from Melbourne Business School will reunite for what's promised to be the summer's best thought leadership event on campus.

Melbourne Business School launches new Ethics in Business Conference

Ethics is a challenge that business leaders need to address constantly, says Associate Professor Andrew John, chair of the upcoming Ethics in Business Conference at Melbourne Business School.

Baby Arielle joins dad on stage at Melbourne Business School graduation

More than 300 students – and one baby – graced the stage of Town Hall on Saturday for Melbourne Business School's 2018 graduation ceremony.

Melbourne Business School MBA ranked best in Australia by The Economist

Melbourne Business School's MBA program has been ranked the best in Australia, and one of the top 10 in the world for networking, by The Economist.

Hal Varian from Google: Like oil, data must be refined before it's valuable

The analogy of data as the new oil is true in some ways but only stretches so far, says Dr Hal Varian, Chief Economist of Google.

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.
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