The University Of The FutureUploaded On: Monday, 19 November 2018 8:12am
Author of EY's University of the Future Report, Catherine Friday, discusses the report's predictions with business deans at the July 2018 ABDC Deans' Meeting.
FYA CEO Jan Owen on the Future of WorkUploaded On: Monday, 19 November 2018 8:10am
Foundation for Young Australians CEO, Jan Owen, discusses the radical shifts in work.
What does Business Want from Business Schools?Uploaded On: Monday, 19 November 2018 8:10am
Jenny Lampert of the Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce and Innes Willox from the Australian Industry Group discuss how business schools can work more effectively with business. The panel from a 2017 ABDC Deans Meeting is chaired by Professor Chris Styles, Dean of the University of New South Wales Business School.
Preparing Business Schools For Digital DisruptionUploaded On: Monday, 19 November 2018 6:42am
At the November 2018 meeting of the Australian Business Deans Council, Deakin University's Chief Digital Officer, William Confalonieri, discusses the future of digital and the challenges for business schools.
International Trends in Business Education – A View from Europe, the Middle East and AsiaUploaded On: Thursday, 9 August 2018 10:46am
Professor Francois Theron, Director of Institute of Management Technology at Dubai Business School, provides the global perspective of one who has worked in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Interviewer: Leslie Falkiner-Rose, ABDC Communications. Recorded July 2018.
The Impact of Demonstrating Research ImpactUploaded On: Thursday, 9 August 2018 9:48am
Academic researchers are judged by publication of their work in peer-reviewed journals but, alongside that international gold standard, are new incentives with the potential to change research culture dramatically. Professor Angus Laing, Dean of the Lancaster University Management School and Chair, Academic Journal Guide Board of the Chartered Association of Business Schools Association, discusses changes from the UK's Research Excellence Framework with Leslie Falkiner-Rose, ABDC Communcations.
Professor Marie Wilson, UniSA, on Age Diversity in the WorkplaceUploaded On: Thursday, 27 April 2017 3:20am
How do you meet the challenges of managing workplaces where staff may range in age from teenagers to those in their 70s? ‘The increasing age diversity in workplace is unprecedented,’ Professor Marie Wilson, Australian Business Deans Council member (ABDC) and Pro Vice Chancellor (Business and Law) of the University of South Australia Business School says. Hear more of Professor Wilson's Interview with Leslie Falkiner-Rose, ABDC Communications.