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Joint Roundtable Discussion on Family Business ResearchThe University of Adelaide Business School’s Family Business Education and Research Group (FBERG), together with UniSA’s Australian Centre for Asian Business, are holding a joint roundtable discussion of some of the latest thought-leading research being undertaken by scholars at the University of Adelaide and UniSA on Wednesday the 8th of August from 2-6pm (WL5-46, Level [...]Fri, 3 Aug 2018
Welcome Ivanhoe Grammar School, China- Power Footy students tour the University of AdelaideThe Adelaide Business School was delighted to act as host to students from Ivanhoe Grammar School, China today. Visiting Australia as part of Port Adelaide Football Club’s Power Footy program, the students enjoyed an exclusive tour of the University of Adelaide. The students were greeted by Faculty of the Professions Executive Dean, Professor Christopher Findlay, and [...]Fri, 20 Jul 2018
Partnership kicks goals for Business graduatesA new partnership between the University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Business School and Port Adelaide Football Club (PAFC) will establish further opportunities for graduates wanting to launch their careers in China and Australia. For four years, PAFC has been utilising Australian Rules football to connect Chinese and Australian companies in each region to further their connection and [...]Wed, 4 Jul 2018
The three most common pitfalls in strategic plansEVERY strategy ever written is by its very nature unique, a blend of the commercial, economic, technological, sector specific and company-specific factors that prevail at a given point in time. This characteristic opens the door to a myriad of strategy failure modes, from the very mundane, like failing to recognise that the market is simply no [...]Fri, 29 Jun 2018