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30 April 2018

EMBA graduate appointed to top position in New Zealand bank

The newly appointed CEO of New Zealand’s Kiwibank, a graduate from the Business School’s Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program, says his time at The University of Sydney was “a critical intervention” contributing to his career’s success.
24 April 2018

Data-driven supply chains: A retail perspective

Supply chain management is undergoing rapid technological change. Gareth Jude and Behnam Fahimnia ask what the ability to collect, store, analyse and collaborate with data will mean for managing retail supply chains.
23 April 2018

Transport planning for our future

Dr Michiel Bliemer has developed a new model to forecast traffic flows in Sydney, aiming to replace unrealistic and inefficient government modelling that hasn't changed since the 1950s.
12 April 2018

Land transport: Bias, bollocks and better practice

Researchers are working to understand the links between mobility, social exclusion and wellbeing, writes John Stanley.
10 April 2018

MCom graduate listed in Forbes Asia 30 under 30

A Master of Commerce alum has been listed in the world-renowned Forbes Asia '30 Under 30' for her work providing remote Pacific island communities with better access to sustainable economic development opportunities.
06 April 2018

International business students consult companies on opportunities in Malaysia

Australian companies planning to establish or boost their presence in Malaysia have worked with student consulting teams from the University of Sydney Business School.