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Business and management skills critical for an innovative and creative future labour force

Apr 2016

In ABDC's response to the Inquiry into Innovation and Creativity: Workforce for the New Economy, we recommend for government policy to effectively embrace and enhance 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. Read more...

Australian business schools perfoming well among the world's best

Mar 2016

Australia's business schools have once again demonstrated the quality of their academic endeavours, retaining their position among the world's best in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016. Read more...

ABDC Research Scholar to expand collaboration between universities and industry

Mar 2016

The Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) has appointed Professor Stephen Taylor from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) as its inaugural Research Scholar – a new role that has the goal of expanding collaboration between universities and industry. Read more...

ABDC recommends including leadership development in Australia's international competitiveness agenda

Feb 2016

The Australian business school community is very interested in seeing stronger links between business and universities, especially with respect to ensuring effective leadership and management of research commercialisation, innovation, export development and technology transfer. Read more...

ABDC endorses retention of accountants on the 2016-17 Skilled Occupation List

Nov 2015

In our submission to the Department of Education and Training, ABDC recommends retaining accountants on the 2016-17 Skilled Occupation List (SOL) to meet term labour market demand for accountants. Read more...

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