Call for Papers – Special Issue of the journal of Industrial Marketing Management on the topic “Process thinking and methods in dynamic business networks”
Professor Poul Houman Andersen (Aalborg University, Denmark),
Dr Christopher J. Medlin (University of Adelaide), and
Professor Jan-Åke Törnroos (Åbo Akademi University, Finland)
Deadline for submission: November 15, 2016
Full information is available at the journal website
In business-to-business marketing the “interactive relationship and network” approach posits that what an actor tries to accomplish both draws on and affects […]
Associate Professor Bryan Howieson of Adelaide Business School has co-authored a valuable international research report examining the attributes, competencies, professional skills and qualities required in modern audit teams to perform high quality public interest audits, and how they will meet future demands.
“The Capability and Competency Requirements of Auditors in Today’s Complex Global Business Environment”, published […]
Collaborative research by the Adelaide Business School (ABS) is encouraging businesses to conduct a major re-think about their approach to cyber security. And it’s having a significant, positive impact on the way businesses are dealing with it: placing employee behaviour first, with software and technology firewalls a distant second.
Today’s cyber attacks are increasingly sophisticated. They […]
Optimistic, entrepreneurial and adept businesses are set to shape the future of Australian family business
Dr. Chris Graves and Dr. Jill Thomas, from the ABS’ Family Business Education and Research Group (FBERG) have partnered for the second time with KPMG and Family Business Australia to conduct the longest running survey of its kind into family business. Heavily relied on by family business owners and their advisers to inform critical business […]
An exclusive opportunity to participate as a ‘young entrepreneur’ in the Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Fair this year!
Gain hands on experience in the competitive wine industry in Hong Kong, while receiving 3 units of PG Elective towards your degree.
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Open to all PG students with at least […]
A recent ABS study reveals job hoppers deliver positive financial outcomes for the colleagues they leave behind
Incumbent executives rejoice. New evidence reveals they are no longer ‘left behind’ financially when colleagues job hop to another company. Quite the contrary. Dr Jane Luo, ABS’ finance lecturer, co-authored a research report published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics, revealing the hidden reward of job hopping on incumbent executives: a significant rise in […]
The Faculty of the Professions offers numerous courses online to offer flexibility that helps students fit study around their lifestyle.
Studying online has many benefits, including:
• Flexibility, study in your own time, around other commitments
• Develops time management skills
• Less commuting
• Taught by the same lecturers as on campus
Contact the Postgraduate Student Hub on 8313 6455 […]
The University of Adelaide responds to the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement by developing a double degree with a leading Chinese University
In a ground breaking move, the University of Adelaide and the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing have partnered to offer a new double degree pathway for undergraduate commerce students from 2015.
Mr David Morfesi, Executive Director of the Institute of International Trade said higher education, already Australia’s most valuable services export, is […]