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Graduate Management Association of Australia Inc.
“The Bridge Between Business and Management Education”




12 August 2016

Sydney Business School, Sydney


Host Business School




 'Australia's Future Workforce'


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The GMAA Conference provides Australia's current and future industry leaders as well as business school academics the forum for sharing their knowledge and ideas that will shape Australia's future leaders.

Much has been written about the demise of manufacturing in Australia, the demise of the mining industry and the need for innovation. 


  • What is the impact of the demographic changes?

  • How will technology change the nature of work?

  • What is government's role in developing the enabling environment for industry to prosper?

  • What are the social impacts of not responding to the challenge?

  • Is innovation the key to unlocking the future potential or, is it an easy "catch cry" for governments

These and more questions will be answered by a panel of leading academics and business leaders.

Dr Andrew Reeson, Research Team Leader CSIRO (Keynote Speaker)

Professor Roy Green, Dean UTS Business School

Glenn Smith Director, & CEO,

Ms Robyn Hobbs OAM, NSW Small Business Commissioner 

Dr Colin Sharp, Program Director UniSA

Dr Belinda Gibbons, University of Wollongong