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Preface

Preface

15 August 2014

The College of Business and Economics (CBE) at ANU is engaged in a strategic planning process that focuses on how we can best collaborate with industry stakeholders on research that has significant real-word impact. We have completed an initial stage of identifying strategic research themes that will allow collaborative, problem-centred research around important international problems and challenges. The first step in the process was an internal workshop on 15 August, 2014, with around 30 CBE staff. A subsequent workshop on 5 September, 2014, involved a select group of potential corporate partners who provided us with their thoughts on research themes and how effective collaborative partnerships can be undertaken.

This website gives some information in terms of what the College is already doing in partnering with industry to do exciting things. Four research themes have emerged for CBE, namely: 1. Wealth & Well-being, 2. Transformative Innovation, 3. Strong Organisations, and 4. Foundations. These themes represent the research priorities of staff and stakeholders. They are based on the existing research capabilities of our staff and we are able to demonstrate considerable depth in all four themes.

Thank you to all those who have given us such valuable assistance with the process so far. We look forward to further collaboration as we finalise our research strategy.

Professor Shirley Leitch - Dean, CBE, and

Professor Shirley Gregor - Associate Dean (Research), CBE

Updated:   2 March 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team