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The Adelaide Business School MBA Alumni Network is proud to announce the appointment of Gill Duck as its new President.
Around the globe, a significant shift is occurring in the drinking habits of younger generations. Millennials and Gen Z are increasingly swapping merlot for mocktails. To better understand this trend, wine business researchers from the University of Adelaide have led a watershed study pinpointing precisely what consumers want from their no or low-alcohol (NOLO) wines. This research offers a critical roadmap for the industry, arming wine producers with much-needed data to navigate and capitalise on the burgeoning NOLO movement.
The University of Adelaide Business School (ABS) has announced the team of Master of Business Administration (MBA) students to compete in the annual Schlesinger Global Family Enterprise Case Competition (FECC).
Professor Noel Lindsay, Dean of Business at the Adelaide Business School (ABS) and Pro Vice Chancellor Entrepreneurship, spoke recently with The Australian Financial Review about the ABS’ sustained focus on agility and flexibility to ensure students are ahead of business and technical trends.
Residential tenancy laws in Australia are crucial for maintaining a balance between landlords and tenants.
A report has been released in Denmark written by Professor Paul Steffens of the Adelaide Business School and Professor Kim Klyver, Professor in Entrepreneurship at University of Southern Denmark and adjunct professor at University of Adelaide.
Research to Practice: Retirement Planning – we’ve researched the best practice for retirement planning, so you don’t have to
Considering retirement? Get advice based on the latest research in podcast series Research to Practice – Retirement Planning hosted by Head of Management at the Adelaide Business School Dr Valerie Caines.
MBA team to represent the Adelaide Business School at the global Family Enterprise Case Competition, to be held in Vermont, USA January 2024.
New research from the University of Adelaide demonstrates that being proactive could earn an individual a leadership position, but merely being proactive alone does not make for a good leader.