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Human Resource Management
 
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Interested in human resource management, but not sure what it's all about? Human resource professionals are typically responsible for making sure a workplace is productive, harmonious and safe. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/study-areas/management
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Bachelor of Banking and Finance
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Banking and Finance. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-banking-and-finance
Bachelor of Commerce
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Commerce. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-commerce
Bachelor of Actuarial Science
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Actuarial Science. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-actuarial-science
Bachelor of Business Administration
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Business Administration. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-business-administration
Economics at Monash
 
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Thinking about being an economist? Good choice. Did you know economics study is highly valued in many professions and industries -- particularly banking and finance, business analysis, law, journalism and government? See what our students have to say about studying economics at Monash. To find out more about economics at Monash, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/study-areas/economics
Bachelor of Business
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Business To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-business
Bachelor of Finance
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Finance. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-finance
Issues in HR: The challenges for employing organisations
 
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What are the key issues employing organisations face and what is the impact of these challenges on how they manage people? In this first episode of our Issues in HR series, Professor Greg Bamber joins with Professor Peter Wilson AM to discuss the war for talent, globalisation, workforce planning and other issues facing contemporary organisations. Peter Wilson AM is the National President and Chairman of Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) and President-elect, World Federation of People Management Associations. He sits on on the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council and is an Adjunct Professor at Monash Business School. Greg Bamber is a Professor of Management at Monash Business School. He was formerly Director of Research and was also Discipline Group Leader: Human Resources and Employment Relations within the School's Department of Management. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Monash Business School undergraduate internship program
 
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At Monash Business School you can graduate from your degree with practical experience on your CV. Hear what our students have to say about their internships with some of Australia's leading business and accounting firms. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/students/student-development/undergraduate-student-development
Double Degrees
 
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Hear what our students have to say about a double degree. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/double-degrees
Brilliant begins with business and commerce at Monash
 
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Whether you want to deal with big numbers and bottom lines or strategy and sustainability, there's no limit to what you can do with business and commerce at Monash University. To find out more about the different degrees available at Monash Business school, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees
Why study marketing at Monash University?
 
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Marketing is a fun, dynamic, complex activity that focuses on providing value to both organisations and consumers. To find out more about studying marketing at Monash, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/study-areas/marketing
The Monash MBA Program
 
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Listen to what students, staff and allumni have to say about Monash University's cutting edge MBA program. With it's focus on the global business environment, leadership and practical opportunities, students are left ready to solve next-generation problems on a global scale. To find out more about Monash University's MBA program, go to http://business.monash.edu/mba
Finance at Monash
 
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Everybody interacts with money on a daily basis, so why not study finance? Check out what students have to say about career opportunities in the financial market and study options at Monash University. To find out more about studying finance at Monash, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/study-areas/banking-and-finance
Campus Life
 
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Hear what our students have to say about campus life at Monash University. For more information about Monash Business School, go to http://business.monash.edu/
Studying management at Monash
 
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If you are seeking an exciting, challenging and inspirational career (and of course you are!) then we're sure that at some point you have thought about the possibilities of creating and running your own business, or being responsible for leading an organisation. This is where the study of management at Monash University, and its organisational and social context, comes in. To find out more about studying management at Monash, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/study-areas/management
Marketing and product strategies in developing countries
 
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There are four billion poor people in the world with a combined purchasing power of $5 trillion USD. Associate Professor Srinivas Sridharan discusses how companies should create sustained, inclusive markets aimed at people in developing economies. Srinivas Sridharan is an Associate Professor in Monash Business School's Department of Marketing. His research interests are in market-based approaches to poverty alleviation, micro-enterprise business models, entrepreneurship, social capital, community-centric marketing theory, and transformative consumer research. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Marketing at Monash
 
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Marketing is a fun, dynamic, and complex activity (and discipline) that focuses on providing value to both organisations and consumers. Listen to what students have to say about studying marketing at Monash University. To find out more about studying marketing at Monash, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/study-areas
Bachelor of Marketing
 
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Hear what our students have to say about the Bachelor of Marketing. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees/bachelor-of-marketing.
Monash MBA - Shade's journey
 
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https://business.monash.edu/mba The Monash Master of Business Administration (MBA) is recognised in the circles that matter and valued by businesses and organisations world-wide. Our curriculum offers a new approach to corporate and community leadership as part of a sophisticated educational experience. Discover how a Monash MBA can help you make a positive impact on your career and the world: https://business.monash.edu/mba
How can you use data science to future-proof your business?
 
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How can you harness your data more effectively to improve business outcomes? Professor Rob J Hyndman from Monash Business School shares his advice. Professor Rob J Hyndman is a Professor and Director of the Business and Economic Forecasting Unit at Monash Business School. An author of over 100 research papers, Rob continues to consult hundreds of companies and organisations in statistical science. In 2008, he received the Moran medal from the Australian Academy of Science, for his contributions to statistical research.  Read more about Rob's research at http://robjhyndman.com/. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Predicting the future: pushing the boundaries of electricity forecasting
 
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What will our electricity requirements be in 20 or 30 years? Professor Rob J Hyndman discusses his electricity forecasting models. Professor Rob J Hyndman is a Professor and Director of the Business and Economic Forecasting Unit at Monash Business School. An author of over 100 research papers, Rob continues to consult hundreds of companies and organisations in statistical science. In 2008, he received the Moran medal from the Australian Academy of Science, for his contributions to statistical research.  Read more about Rob's research at http://robjhyndman.com/. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Study a Master of Marketing
 
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Students and alumni from the Master of Marketing talk about the benefits of studying at Monash Business School. Find out more about this Master's degree - https://goo.gl/Bs8Ita
Alumnus Nick Stone on building a New York coffee empire
 
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Nick Stone, founder and CEO of Bluestone Lane and Monash Business School alumnus, talks about making it work in New York - the world's toughest coffee market
Why should companies hire and retain older workers?
 
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Monash Business School’s Professor Julian Teicher discusses the benefits of Australian companies retaining older workers. Professor Julian Teicher is an author, speaker and academic at Monash Business School. He is the recipient of two Australian Research Council Discovery grants and specialises in the areas of e-government, workplace privacy; privatisation and contracting out; skill formation/training; equity and diversity, worker representation and participation and Australian industrial relations and law. Find out more at www.business.monash.edu.
Issues in HR: Facing the future
 
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What will a successful HR practitioner look like in the future? In the second episode of our Issues in HR series, Associate Professor Cathy Sheehan sits down with Professor Peter Wilson to discuss current and future changes in the labour market. Peter Wilson AM is the National President and Chairman of Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) and President-elect, World Federation of People Management Associations. He is on the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council and is an Adjunct Professor at Monash Business School. Cathy Sheehan is an Associate Professor of Management at Monash Business School. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Monash MBA - Imran's journey
 
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https://business.monash.edu/mba The Monash Master of Business Administration (MBA) is recognised in the circles that matter and valued by businesses and organisations world-wide. Our curriculum offers a new approach to corporate and community leadership as part of a sophisticated educational experience. Discover how a Monash MBA can help you make a positive impact on your career and the world: https://business.monash.edu/mba
Vineetha Juthani - Master of Professional Accounting student, Monash University
 
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Vineetha Juthani talks about her experience as an international student at Monash University. To find out more about being an international student at Monash, go to https://business.monash.edu/students/international-students
Problem Based Learning (PBL) at Monash
 
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Problem Based Learning (PBL) is a unique way of studying business at Monash University, teaching you how to solve complex problems. http://www.buseco.monash.edu.au/undergrad/bbus/pbl/
Master of Business
 
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Students, alumni and staff from the Master of Business talk about the benefits of studying at Monash Business School. Find out more about this Master's degree - https://goo.gl/hxUtiW
Honours in Accounting
 
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Our students, alumni and staff discuss the Department of Accounting's honours program. Find out more about our Honours in Accounting program - http://business.monash.edu/accounting/student-experience/study-options/honours/honours-in-accounting
Corporate strategies behind executive pay in Australia
 
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Monash Business School's Associate Professor Michaela Rankin discusses her research on executive pay in Australia. Associate Professor Michaela Rankin is an associate professor and lecturer in the Department of Accounting at Monash Business School. Her research specialises in corporate governance, financial reporting, executive compensation, sustainability and environmental accounting and reporting. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Study Honours in Econometrics at Monash Business School
 
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An honours degree in econometrics will give you a competitive advantage in your career. Find out more about our honours program - http://business.monash.edu/econometrics-and-business-statistics/student-experience/study-options/honours/ We are the only department in Australia with dedicated honours and postgraduate programs in econometrics and business statistics. Our areas of research strength include econometric theory and methods, applied econometrics, statistics, time series analysis, forecasting, data visualisation and analytics. Honours at is an extra year of study that builds on the knowledge gained in your undergraduate degree and gives you the skills to undertake independent research. Students in our honours program are exposed to the latest research and cutting edge developments in the fields of econometrics and business statistics. A Monash Business School honours degree gives you a competitive advantage in your career, and is the first step to pursuing further studies, such as a master's degree or a PhD. http://business.monash.edu/econometrics-and-business-statistics/student-experience/study-options/honours/
The economic impact of alcohol pricing in Australia
 
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PhD student Brian Vandenberg from the Monash Business School talks about how his research explores the positive impact a minimum price on alcohol will have on the Australian economy.    Brian is currently the Executive Officer for the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol (NAAA) and a Senior Policy Advisor on Alcohol at the Cancer Council Victoria. He is completing his PhD at Monash Business School. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Master of Actuarial Studies
 
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Students, alumni and staff talk about the benefits of studying actuarial studies at Monash. Find out more about our Master's program: https://goo.gl/I9fLG6
What is servant leadership?
 
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Associate Professor Sen Sendjaya discusses the six dimensions of servant leadership. For more analysis, research and news, visit Impact: https://monash.edu/impact
The Monash MBA
 
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The Monash MBA at Monash Business School, is a two-year program involving experience-based modules, consulting projects, and overseas learning and industry engagement opportunities. Learn more at https://www.monash.edu/business/mba
Master of Applied Finance
 
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Alumnus, Conrad Lucas, talks about the benefits of studying applied finance at Monash. Find out more about our Master's program: https://goo.gl/ElLmx3
Issues in HR: Certification for HR professionals
 
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Certification of HR is developing as a new and major theme for our current and future professional practitioners. In the third instalment of our Issues in HR series, Greg and Peter discuss the impact of certification on the industry. Professor Peter Wilson AM is the National President and Chairman of Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI) and President-elect, World Federation of People Management Associations. He is on the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council and is an Adjunct Professor at Monash Business School. Professor Greg Bamber is a Professor of Management at Monash Business School. He was formerly Director of Research and was also Discipline Group Leader: Human Resources and Employment Relations within the School's Department of Management.
Monash Global Discovery Program
 
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Bachelor of Commerce student Emma Moore is one of the eight talented Monash University students who were selected to spend eight days in New York City as part of the Monash University Global Discovery Program. The program included visits to the United Nations, Microsoft, the New York Stock Exchange, and New York University. Emma speaks about her life changing experience on the program. To find out more about the Monash Global Discovery Program, go to https://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/the-monash-experience/global-experiences
Monash MBA - Angie's journey
 
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https://business.monash.edu/mba The Monash Master of Business Administration (MBA) is recognised in the circles that matter and valued by businesses and organisations world-wide. Our curriculum offers a new approach to corporate and community leadership as part of a sophisticated educational experience. Discover how a Monash MBA can help you make a positive impact on your career and the world: https://business.monash.edu/mba
Subsistence entrepreneurship in developing countries
 
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Necessity is the mother of invention. In developing countries, she has a second child: entrepreneurship. Associate Professor Srinivas Sridharan discusses how with 400+ million entrepreneurs in developing economies, global business must pay attention. There are four billion poor people in the world with a combined purchasing power of $5 trillion USD. Associate Professor Srinivas Sridharan discusses how companies should create sustained, inclusive markets aimed at people in developing economies. Srinivas Sridharan is an Associate Professor in Monash Business School's Department of Marketing. His research interests are in market-based approaches to poverty alleviation, micro-enterprise business models, entrepreneurship, social capital, community-centric marketing theory, and transformative consumer research. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
Where will business or commerce take you?
 
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Choose a career path that lets you do just about anything. With business and commerce behind you, the opportunities are endless. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/degrees
The risks of political credibility: doing business in Malaysia
 
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Monash Business School's Dr Kerstin Steiner discusses her research.
Study Abroad
 
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Hear what our students have to say about studying abroad. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/
Getting started at Monash
 
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Our business students talk about their first days at Monash University. To find out more about studying at Monash University, go to https://business.monash.edu/programs/undergraduate-programs/the-monash-experience
My Monash with Professor Di Cook
 
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What sets Monash Business School apart from the rest? And what makes Melbourne the world's most liveable city? Join Professor Di Cook to find out. To view academic career opportunities, please visit https://www.monash.edu/business/careers
Can omni-channel retailing influence purchasing decisions?
 
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PhD student Jason Pallant from Monash Business School shares his research insights into omni-channel retailing.   Jason Pallant is a Research Consultant at the Australian Centre for Retail Studies (ACRS) at Monash Business School, working across both quantitative and qualitative projects with a focus on the psychology behind consumer behaviour. He is also completing his PhD within the School's Department of Marketing. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights
How can NGOs improve their performance measurement?
 
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How can NGOs implement performance measurements with limited resources? Professor David Smith from Monash Business School is conducting research into effective performance measurement systems for the NGO sector. Professor David Smith is a lecturer and researcher at Monash Business School specialising in not-for-profit management. He currently serves as a member of the CIMA Centre of Excellence Australasia, and was its inaugural Chair, he is also a member of the the AFAANZ Board of Directors for 2013-2015. His research is supported by an ARC Discovery Grant for 2011-13. To find out more, go to http://business.monash.edu/business-insights