Thought leadership

Thought leadership

CFO Forum

The Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance hosts the biannual CFO Forum, featuring experts from Australia and abroad to debate the most pressing issues and challenges facing the accounting and finance industry. This premier professional networking event in Australia is targetted at CFOs, CEOs, Board members and senior executives within the corporate sector.

For more details about upcoming Forum's or if you are interested in being involved, contact Professor Rahat Munir (Head of Department):

Women Who Change the World

A Big Friday Of Social Innovation And Entrepreneurship event In conjunction with International Women’s Day, Macquarie Business School hosts the annual Women Who Change the World. An event that will inspire people from all walks of life.

The sell-out event has hosted a remarkable line up of speakers including Manal al-Sharif, a Saudi Arabian women's rights activist who helped start a women's right to drive campaign in 2011; Annabelle Chauncy OAM, CEO and founder of School for Life Foundation (SFL), a grassroots organisation which has built and runs three primary, secondary and vocational schools in rural Uganda; Rebecca Scott, Co-founder and CEO of STREAT, a social enterprise that provides homeless and disadvantaged youth with a pathway from the street to long-term employment in the hospitality industry.

Attend a future event and see female social activists and entrepreneurs take the stage to share their journey of becoming change makers and shed light on the power of women to make a macro level impact.

Want to be involved? Contact the woman who started it all, Professor Debbie Haski-Leventhal:

Thought Leadership event

Macquarie Business School's (MBS) Thought Leadership series provides a collaborative platform for engagement with our partners to showcase, explore, and take action on innovative ideas and solutions in response to the ever-changing business environment. The concept of thought leadership is based on the idea of diversity of thought, enabling individuals to embrace new perspectives, regardless of hierarchy or status, and effect change.

Organisations that embrace diversity and new thinking as a strategy for growth represent the essence of market leadership, social accountability, and a new rule of engagement. As thought leaders in research and innovation, the Faculty has a long-standing tradition of synthesizing the very best in academic theory and practical application, delivering expert analysis on economic trends and real-world issues. This has been achieved through a knowledge-sharing approach to an increasingly complex and evolving business landscape.

Through the Thought Leadership series, we have created value for our partners in industry and academia, generating collaborations in research and capacity building.

Content owner: Macquarie Business School Last updated: 08 May 2019 12:42am

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