Business Education is…

Know what business education covers? Here are many of the areas taught by our members – the 39 Australian university business schools.

Preparing Business Schools for Digital Disruption

Deakin University’s Chief Digital Officer, William Confalonieri, on future digital challenges.

What is impactful research?

Professor Angus Laing discusses how the UK Research Excellence Framework has changed views what impact means in academic research.

The Role of Research in Business School Rankings

Chair of the ABDC Researcher Directors’ Network, Professor Andrew O’Neil, on the role of research in university business school rankings.

The Complexity of Business Schools

How complex are business schools to manage?

Role of BARDsNet

BARDsNet Chair, Andrew O’Neil, on the role of the Business Academic Research Directors’ Network.

Professor William H. Glick Address November 2018

Professor William H. Glick addressing an ABDC Deans Forum in November 2018.

Alex Newman on the International Education Network

International Education Network Chair, Alexander Newman, discusses the role of the Network.

An Interview with Professor William H. Glick

An Interview with Dr William H. Glick, Professor of Management at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business.

David Grant on the Role of Business Schools in Higher Education

Australian Business Deans Council President on the role of business schools in higher education.

Business School Professionals

Chair of the ABDC Professional Managers Network, Kate Ramzen-Levy, on the expertise of business school professionals.

David Grant on the ABDC and Australian Business Schools

Australian Business Deans Council President on the role of the ABDC and Australian business schools.

The Future of Work

Foundation for Young Australians CEO, Jan Owen, discusses the radical shifts in work.

ANU’s Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington on challenges in the professionalisation of teaching

Defining business research of the future

ABDC’s business researchers’ network Chair, Professor Andrew O’Neil, on the changing face of business research and the challenges of communicating its value.

David Grant on Indigenous Students

Australian Business Deans Council President on Indigenous students.

Alex Newman on Australian Success in International Education

International Education Network Chair, Alexander Newman, discusses the role of the Network.

David Grant on Speaking to Government

Australian Business Deans Council President on speaking to government.

The University of the Future

EY Report author, Catherine Friday, discusses the report’s predictions with business deans at the July ABDC Deans’ Meeting.

International trends in business schools

Professor Francois Therin of Dubai Business School looks at business schools from the perspective of Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

What Does Industry Need from Business Schools?

How can business schools work more effectively with business?

David Grant on International Education

Australian Business Deans Council President on international education.

Business Schools and the Digital Workforce

Weploy co-founder, Nick La, on a panel discussing the digital workforce with business school deans

David Grant on Business Research and EIA

Australian Business Deans Council President on business research and EIA.

Alex Newman on the Impact of China and New Markets

International Education Network Chair, Alexander Newman, discusses the impact of China and new markets.

Business Schools and the Gig Economy

Melbourne Innovation Centre’s David Williamson on the implications of the gig economy for industry and academia.

David Grant on Teaching Leadership and Sustainability

Australian Business Deans Council President on teaching leadership and sustainability.

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