News and events
- More about the story: 'Harmony Day symposium - Whose Harmony?'
- More about the story: 'Local high school benefits from Macquarie expertise'
Time: 8:30am - 3:45pm
Venue: 3/10 Spring St, Sydney
More about the story: 'Resource Efficiency and Sustainability in the Workplace Symposium'
- Leadership in healthcare: opportunities and challenges
- A Field Study on the use of Process Mining of Event Logs as an Analytical Procedure in Auditing
- Financial Risk Day 2014
- Diversity Management, Unleashing Creativity and Strategy
- Looking beyond the factory gates: A critique of the current approaches in organizational trust research
- Connecting the Production Multiple: Accounting as Fluid Technology
- Seminar by Keith Godfrey
- Audit quality: what CFOs perceive as important
- Seminar by Mark Humphery-Jenner
- Science and the stock market: investors’ recognition of unburnable carbon
- Rhetoric in international accounting standard setting: an interactive process of meaning-making
- Auditing and the purification of blame
- Organizational justice, trust and management control systems in inter-organizational relationships
- Seminar by Trish Strong
- Seminar by Harj Singh
- Seminar by Irene Tutticci
- Seminar by Jeffrey Unerman
- Management control and the pursuit of organizational ambidexterity
- Dynamic decision making using the balanced scorecard
- To be advised
Date: Thursday, 14 March 2014
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: Vibe Hotel North Sydney, 88 Alfred St South, Milsons Point
Register now for the 2014 Financial Risk Day.
Date: 21 March, 2014
Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm
Venue: National Maritime Museum
Thought Leadership SeriesUpcoming Thought Leadership events:
Australia's Cultural Policy: Our Creative Future
Date: 2 April, 2014
Time: 6pm - 7:30pm
Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art, Level 6 Quayside Room
Business as Usual: Mobility and Working Anywhere
Date: 29 May, 2014
Venue: Museum of Contemporary Art, Level 6
- More about the story: 'Jeffrey Sheen contributed to The Conversation'
- More about the story: 'Associate Professor Sean Turnell was referenced in Bangkok Post'
- More about the story: 'Paul Gollan spoke with 2UE Sydney Mornings'