TAG: Adelaide MBA
Chances are you have heard the word ‘mindfulness’ before.
But what could that possibly have to do with business?
Time magazine famously announced the ‘mindfulness revolution’ back in 2012; since then, the UK government has announced it wants their country to become a ‘mindful nation’.
The Buddhist skill of mindfulness was first introduced into the Western world in […]
Once again, the University of Adelaide’s MBA program has been rated as one of the best in Australia. Last month, the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) released its 2014 results, awarding the University of Adelaide’s MBA program a ‘5 STAR’ rating (the highest possible rating awarded) based on its overall score relative to other […]
Raymond Michell AM (left), Mr Stephen Samson (FBA Chairman, centre), Dr. Jill Thomas (right)
At the recent Family Business Australia (FBA) National Conference, two South Australians were formally recognised for their longstanding contributions to the Australian family business sector. Dr. Jill Thomas (right) was awarded the “Chairman’s Award in recognition for distinguished service to Family Business […]
The University of Adelaide Business School’s Family Business Education & Research Group (FBERG) is hosting a Family Business Australia event on ‘Adapting to Change’ on Tuesday the 17th of June @ 6pm.
Chaired by Dr. Jill Thomas (Research Fellow of FBERG), this session provides a great opportunity to learn from Toby Bensimon of Shiels Jewellers and […]
To mark the International Day of Families (15th of May each year), it’s appropriate to reflect on the valuable role that families play in our society. Throughout history, families and the skills and capital they bring, have been the engine room for entrepreneurial activity and growth of economies around the world.
The majority of businesses are […]
Dr Nam Nguyen (School of Business) has been elected as a Vice President (2014-2016) of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR). The IFSR is the ‘mother’ organisation which has 43 member organisations and systems societies, from all continents, under its ‘umbrella’. This is a great achievement for Nam, who was a former Vice President […]
While governance of the business is recognised as crucial to its sustainability, the need for governance of the family is less clear. As families-in-business grow, the needs and expectations of both the business and the family will inevitably change and, consequently, the family dynamics generally become more complicated. Members of various branches of the family […]
An ambitious five-year plan to double the number of MBA students at the University of Adelaide will be led by the new Dean of its business school.
Professor Lawrence Abeln, who took over the reins in February, expects to deliver the increase in enrolments through two new MBA programs which will be offered to students from […]
There’s a growing trend in business to gain more insight into customers – but most companies are not using that information to its fullest potential, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide.
“A lack of engagement with customer insight could be costing all-important profits, as companies make decisions and develop new products without a rich […]
The Busines School will be holding a poster competition for both staff and students. For those who who are familiar with poster sessions at conferences will be familiar with the concept of presenting a succinct idea/concept on a poster A1 size paper, limiting as much as possible verbiage and maximising visually pleasing content that captures the context of […]