The International Study Tour for Executive MBA of students from QUT continued across Europe to provide an immersive learning experience, learning about project complexity at different levels and scale.
After a two-year break caused by Covid-19, a cohort of students from QUT had the opportunity to visit four organisations in Europe and engage with project complexity at different levels and scales.
Investing in employees’ ongoing development has long been a strategy of the Australian public service with public management education facilitating the translation of learning into the delivery of public value through programs like the Public Sector Management (PSMP).
The QUT Business School and MIT Sloan School of Management recently hosted the second part of our global webinar series, The Future Enterprise. Our global experts, Professor Steven D. Eppinger from MIT Sloan and Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz from QUT, shared insights into The Curious Enterprise.
The QUT Business School recently hosted part one of a new global webinar series, The Future Enterprise, produced in collaboration with MIT Sloan School of Management.
After being encouraged to consider the QUT Executive MBA by Dame Quentin Bryce Dan reached out to us to find out what an MBA could offer him.
Justin MacDonald is currently over halfway through his MBA and is a great asset to the QUT program. As part of his studies, Justin chose to be part of the QUT exchange program with Hochschule Kempten. While enrolled, Justin has also established a social enterprise called One Volunteer. …
Recently I caught up with two of our QUT MBA alums, and a conversation started around how to drive transformation in organisations of different sizes, ages and industries.
Katie Nohr recounts an inspirational journey of personal growth and challenge as she tackled her life long-dream of completing an MBA. In 2017 she was awarded the QUT Business School Women in Leadership Excellence Scholarship to fund part of her studies and she graduated with an Executive MBA…
The fast-paced, “disrupted” modern world doesn’t need better spreadsheet analysts, it needs highly proficient leaders capable of crafting a sustainable, productive and more decent society.