Business in the twenty first century thrives on change, risk, knowledge, debate, diversity, inspiration, and innovation. Is your organisation thriving or struggling to adapt? A large international study published late last year found that when it comes to management skills, Australian companies are not great performers. And this has a direct impact on our productivity.
The main problem? Talent and ideas are not recognised by inferior managers. So what does this mean for the future of Australian businesses facing increasing global competition?
You are invited to a very special event with UTS Business School Dean, and noted economist, Professor Roy Green, to hear his perspective on Australia’s business future. Join the conversation on what it will take to ensure Australian business leaders and their organisations are well equipped to succeed in the 21st century.
Hear how the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) Business School is transforming its approach – from research to teaching to knowledge sharing. And not only is UTS Business School transforming the business landscape – its new business school building, to be designed by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry, is set to be a Sydney icon.
“Frank Gehry has chosen to work with us because he was attracted by our vision. This is a vision of integrative thinking, where learning is both practical and inspired, and where research engages with business and communities. He wants to build a place where his understanding of business as art is manifest.”
Roy Green, Dean, UTS Business School
Join fellow UTS alumni and Advance members for this evening reception with wine, canapés and a conversation with UTS Business School Dean Professor Roy Green on business in the 21st century.
Australia's Business Future
6.30pm to 8.30pm
356 W 58th Street
New York, NY 10019
Complimentary for UTS alumni and Advance members
[REGISTER NOW] Registration essential, space is limited
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