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08 September 2023

Partnerships, innovation, First Nations, and sustainability core to new Business School strategy

Launched this week, the Business School Strategy strives to achieve an ambitious purpose in developing responsible leaders during a time of incredible disruption and great need for sustainable organisational solutions.
08 September 2023

From Mumbai to Sydney: How an MBA drives leadership and impact

For MBA alumni, Akhilla Ashok, the journey from India to Australia was driven by curiosity and keeping the right attitude.
07 September 2023

Strengthening our alumni community: EMBA and MBA Dinner 2023

Inviting one hundred and thirty-three high achieving EMBA and MBA alumni for drinks and canapes in the University’s grandest room was always going to be a great night but it went beyond expectations.
06 September 2023

Islamic assets weather financial storms

Islamic assets perform better than conventional assets in volatile markets and can aid sustainable development, according to new research from the University of Sydney Business School.
06 September 2023

In the good books with Georgia Knox

Her career path was taking good shape as she followed her changing interests. Then, a challenging offer came along that stopped Georgia Knox in her tracks. Her natural optimism and an MBA made the choice easier.
04 September 2023

Value Creation through physical and virtual agglomeration

David A. Hensher, Glen Weisbrod (EBP USA) and Ian Christensen (iMove CRC) discuss how the value creation perspective seems to have merit across physical and virtual agglomeration and why we need research to identify the probability that physical or virtual agglomeration can deliver on value creation for specific activities.
01 September 2023

What will putting the interests of Qantas ahead of Qatar Airways cost? $1 billion per year and a new wave of protectionism of legacy carriers

The government's decision to deny Qatar Airways the right to fly an extra 21 flights per week into Australia's three biggest cities might just be returning Australia to the old days where we protected Australia's national carrier at the expense of Australians, writes Professor Rico Merkert.
31 August 2023

Half of Australian businesses plan to invest in digital payments

Nearly half of Australian businesses plan to invest in digital payments over the next 12 months, according to new research from the University of Sydney Business School and Stripe.
31 August 2023

Business School supports Uluru Statement and Voice to Parliament

The Board of the University of Sydney Business School has passed a motion supporting the Uluru Statement from the Heart and endorsing a ‘Yes’ vote in the referendum on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.
30 August 2023

How education fostered an international business career with Asia

Not everyone decides on their dream job early in life, but Damian Meduri, the Associate Director of the NSW Government’s Global Markets (Greater China) team, had some early clues that he’d end up working in the intricate world of international relations.