By Hugh Whalan
The world’s poorest are spending US$250 billion each year on noxious fuels. But what if there was a way to give people access to solar electricity? Hugh Whalan, CEO of PEG Africa, is using microfinance to solve the energy poverty problem.
By Jingmin Qian and Associate Professor Dimitria Groutsis
Cultural diversity on Australian boards has been steadily increasing towards its target of 30 percent. Meet two women who are helping to create change.
By Arjun Pratap
Artificial intelligence is a driving force in the new employment economy and could be key to embracing the future of work.
By Professor Greg Whitwell
Professor Whitwell, Dean of the Business School, discusses our global reach and international impact.
By Jean Bogais
Social media has become a major commodity of conflict. Associate Professor Jean Bogais explores the changing nature of violent extremisms and digital terrorism networks.
By Rajeev Gupta
Meet the three Business School alumni who have forged a new path to success, without the sacrifice.
Non-stop communication and inexpensive travel are fueling the rapid increase of internationalisation. We are embracing this to ensure the relevance of our program.
Current MBA student, Viktoria Elizabeth reflects on how the program is helping her adapt to shifts in her career and personal development.
Sydney Business Insights bring together researchers and thought leaders to discuss technology, hype and business.
Hear from a few of your Business School alumni and where their careers have taken them.
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