Mon, 18 Apr 2016
ABDC is concerned not just with the role business schools play in providing a large proportion of Australia’s graduate labour force, but also the ability of Australian businesses to pursue innovation, increased productivity and growth within Australia and internationally. In our response to the House of Representatives Education and Employment Committee Inquiry into Innovation and Creativity: Workforce for the New Economy, ABDC emphasises that for truly effective government policy that embraces and enhances Australia’s capacity for university-industry collaboration, improved innovation management, increased productivity and commercialisation, it is critical that business and management skills are considered a key element.
For Australia’s tertiary system to better meet the needs of a future labour force focused on innovation and creativity, ABDC recommends that Government recognise:
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