Monthly Archives: March 2011
The University of Adelaide Business School has had a year of great achievements. Most notably we have attracted $1 million in research grants from the Australian Research Council. The funds have been granted to a broad range of projects including a ground breaking new study that will help to secure the future of family farms.
The University of Adelaide Business School congratulates David Hill, Corporate Finance partner at Deloitte and graduate of the Adelaide MBA on his selection for the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Young Global Leaders in 2011. David is one of only six Australians recognised by the WEF for his professional accomplishments, commitment to society and potential to […]
Executive Education is the University of Adelaide professional centre delivering programs to managers from industry, government and business.
Take any of the world’s most successful companies and it’s hard not to deny the importance of great leadership. Indeed, many would argue Apple, Microsoft or even Harpo Productions would not have reached global dominance without the vision […]
Detmold Packaging is a leading Adelaide-based manufacturer of paper products with national and international operations. Operating for more than 50 years, the Detmold Group is one of the largest manufacturers of paper packaging products in the Asian region and is expanding its operations into Europe and North America.
University of Adelaide MBA students Peeyush Jain, Julian […]
Two internationally focused events in 2010 have built much anticipation for the Business School’s new Masters of International Business, commencing in 2011.
Driven by Associate Professor Susan Freeman, a series of International Business Higher Degree research seminars and academic seminars were held in 2010 to build the International Business Discipline.
Of particular interest was the two-day joint […]
A three-year research project has examined the factors influencing the ability of family owned firms to access private equity funding.
Dr Chris Graves, who conducted the research in collaboration with Dr Pi-Shen Seet with support from a CPA Australia grant, says that the research suggests that owners of family firms would benefit from knowing more about […]
Gaining hand s on experience in the workplace prior to graduation is giving Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) students the edge when entering the professional workforce.
Marketing students have the opportunity to undertake an internship in their third year of study, where they are matched with one of six industry clients and given a market research brief.
Accounting veteran Fred “Chocka” Bloch enjoyed a career full of achievements as much inside the classroom as out in the university community. From accounting to football and jazz to politics, Fred Bloch made the most of his 43 year tenure at the Business School.
After completing his schooling at Adelaide Boys High in 1956, Fred Bloch […]
The International Centre for Financial Services, a for Financial Services, a professional centre within the Faculty of the Professions works primarily with input of academics in the Business School. It continued to engage with the business community in 2010 with the support of an influential Advisory Board.
Matt Walsh, Head of Lifeplan and General Manager Specialised […]