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2019

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08 October 2019

Automated Vehicles: Ubiquity of Mobility or a Profanity for Humanity?

The introduction of AV services that operate in pedestrian spaces could have significant positive impacts for those who lack access to mobility. However, we need to consider the impact on our urban environments and what regulations will be required, writes Tony Arnold.
03 October 2019

Fast rail answer to urban sprawl

Nearly half of Australia’s metropolitan residents would consider relocating to a regional centre if they could travel by fast train to the city in under an hour, according to a survey by the University of Sydney Business School.
02 October 2019

MBA Student Profile: Kenny Sun

MBA student, Kenny Sun sheds light on how the MBA program has helped him recognise endless career possibilities.

30 September 2019

MBA Student Profile: Ngareta Linehan

Ngareta Linehan shares her MBA experience and key takeaways after completing two subjects supported by a Women in Leadership MBA scholarship.
30 September 2019

Storytelling is the key to a persuasive consumer review

Bestselling novels, Hollywood blockbusters and Facebook posts all have common elements arranged according to winning formula, according to a storytelling expert at the University of Sydney Business School.
26 September 2019

University of Sydney takes out top Master of Management ranking

The University of Sydney Business School's flagship Master of Management is again Australia's number one program of its kind, according to the latest global ratings published by the prestigious QS World University Rankings.
24 September 2019

Driverless cars "not necessarily a force for good"

Researchers at the University of Sydney Business School have warned that governments must act now to prevent runaway urban sprawl and "intolerable" levels of road congestion brought about by new disruptive technologies in the transport sector.
23 September 2019

"Hugely successful" Genesis competition won by modern day cone of silence

Nook, a mobile modular workspace built using recycled plastic bottles and designed to provide privacy and thinking space for workers in open plan offices, has won the University of Sydney Business School's latest Genesis startup competition.
23 September 2019

MBA to provide the skills to lead community initiatives

A UN Women Australia MBA scholarship has been awarded to a highly successful commercial lawyer with a commitment to defending the human rights of some of the world’s most disadvantaged people.
18 September 2019

Data sharing in a future contractual setting and MaaS

Yale Wong's contribution to the International Association of Public Transport (UITP) explores the future of data sharing in the context of MaaS (Mobility as a Service).