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The one thing you need to succeed for product innovation…

Hugh Simpson is a graduate of and innovation coach at the University of Sydney Business School MBA Program, management consultant and start-up advisor. Nine out of ten start-ups fail and the number one reason is the lack of product/market fit. You can have a … Continue reading

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Working in my beautiful mess

By Georgia Knox, graduate of the University of Sydney Business School MBA program and a Business Leader Postgraduate Scholarship recipient If you want something done, ask a busy person. We’ve all heard that phrase. Coined by one of America’s founding fathers, the notion … Continue reading

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Transforming the future of green energy

By Nancy Nguyen, Marine & Logistics Category Manager at Woodside Energy, UN Women NC Australia MBA Scholarship recipient and current student in the University of Sydney Business School MBA program. “I’d rather be poor and educated than be rich and ill … Continue reading

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Procrastination & Progress

By Paul Harkin, current student in the University of Sydney Business School MBA Program.  Wanting to improve our skills in leadership and management can feel overwhelming at times. Where do we start? When we reflect on our strengths and areas … Continue reading

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The Lean Capstone – Finishing in Style

By Graeme Hibbert, recent graduate of the University of Sydney Business School MBA program Having just completed the Lean Capstone, an experience that can only be classified as one of the most intense, high pressure, all-encompassing, albeit fantastic, rewarding educational … Continue reading

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Look at the person, not the books – Thoughts on risk appetite and investment in China

By Therese Juda, current student of the University of Sydney Business School MBA program The rapid pace of China’s industrialisation and resulting leaps in GDP has created a glut of capital. During our recent trip to China, one venture capitalist … Continue reading

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Overcoming Organisational Inertia through Project Management

By Bradley Rolfe, Unit Coordinator, Leading Project Management, The University of Sydney Business School MBA program I have frequently had students and colleagues ask me what they think the relevance of project management will be as we continue through the 21st … Continue reading

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