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GMAA NSW Branch Christmas Event




Join the GMAA NSW Committee for Christmas Drinks at the Bull & Bear to hear what's planned for 2015 and to network with other MBA graduands and management professionals.



Tuesday 9th December 2014


6:00pm - 7:30pm


Bull & Bear
Aurora Place cnr Bent & Phillip Streets


GMAA Financial Members, Full-time Students Free
Non-Members $20

Finger food & drinks provided.


Friday 5th December 2014 


GMAA Victoria Christmas Event  Wednesday 26th November 2014


"The Business of Sport"

(Networking with a difference)

Come and meet members of a variety of sporting codes around Melbourne -  Managers,  Administrators and, of course, the Players for this pure GMAA social networking event.

Find out  how sport works from the commercial side through to the player welfare side - it will be a learning  experience.


Wednesday 26th November 2014


6:30pm - 9:30pm


The Social Bar Windsor

116 Chapel Street

Windsor 3181

(Close to High Street, Prahran)
Nearest  station
- Windor,  Trams 6  (High Street) and 78, 79 (Chapel Street)

View Location map here


GMAA Financial Members, Full-time Students & MBA Alumni $20
Non-Members $30

Cost includes: Canapes & First drinks card


Friday 21st November 2014 - Strictly limited number of places. 



Architecture and Opportunity of The Queensland Plan, Queenslanders' 30-year Vision


On behalf of the Graduate Management Association of Australia, Queensland President David Morgan invites you to a private Boardroom Briefing with Member of Parliament Verity Barton.  The Queensland Plan will be discussed, with particular emphasis on how your business can take advantage of this 30 year strategic plan.  

This event is strictly limited to just 15 people, and will provide attendees with an opportunity to get ahead of their competition by spending valuable time with an architect of the Queensland Plan. Please register your attendance.



The Queensland Plan, Queenslanders' 30-year Vision

Take advantage of attending an intimate boardroom briefing by a Member of Parliament to learn about the architecture and opportunity of The Queensland Plan, Queenslanders' 30-year Vision.

More than 80,000 people contributed to the development of The Queensland Plan, making it the largest community activity of its kind in Queensland's history.  The Plan reflects our shared vision for the next 30 years and establishes a roadmap for future growth and prosperity.

Everyone - governments, business, industry, community groups and individuals - can benefit and contribute, whether it be through a community action plan, a statement in your corporate plan, or even a personal decision to learn a new language or exercise more.

During this boardroom briefing you will learn about the nine foundations that form the plan and how to better position your business to take advantage of the strategic direction of the state over the next 30 years.


Guest Speaker: Ms Verity Mary Barton MP


Verity Mary Barton is a politician who is the Liberal National member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Broadwater.
Ms Barton was educated at All Hallows' School in Brisbane. She went onto further studies in Law and Politics at Bond University on the Gold Coast and Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to her election in 2012, she worked for George Brandis who is currently Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, Shadow Attorney-General and Shadow Minister for the Arts.
Aged 26 years, 7 months and 18 days old when first elected, Ms Barton is the youngest woman ever elected to the Queensland Parliament. Ms Barton is a member of the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee, and she has been appointed as Temporary Chair of Committees, a role which sees her serve as an acting Deputy Speaker in the Parliament.
Ms Barton joined the LNP at 17 years of age, and is a third-generation member. She has held various senior local branch positions, including Chair of the Broadwater State Electorate Council. She has been a member of the LNP State Council and was been a member of the Young LNP Management Committee from 2010 until 2012. Ms Barton is the granddaughter of former member for Kurilpa, Clive Hughes


Wednesday 8th October 2014

Event Time:

6:00pm for 6:30pm - Networking

6:30pm - 8:00pm Presentation & Question Time


This Board Briefing will be held at the new multi million dollar Griffith Business School on the Gold Coast

Griffith Business School
Parklands Drive, Southport (enter off Engineering Drive)
Function Room, G42, Room 4.23



GMAA Financial Members Free

GMAA Unfinancial Members & Non-Members $25


RSVP using this Registration Form Link by Monday 6th October 2014



Strengthening through a shared value model

Learn how to work with communities to increase your, and their prosperity.


Jim Christie, Inaugural Chairman  Manningham Community Enterprises Limited

Sam Moore Head of Community Bank Model Development at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited


Prof Gillian Sullivan Mort 

Registrations & more information


Tuesday 23 September 2014 06:00 pm until 08:30 pm

Type of Event:



$30 full payment; $25 for early birds booked by 7 September, La Trobe students, staff and alumni


La Trobe City Campus

Level 20, 360 Collins Street, Melbourne


Andrew Peters; 03 9479 6480 

This interactive forum will help businesses (big and small), government agencies, not-for-profit organisations and the community understand how each group can work in harmony to deliver prosperity across society.

Creating Shared Value is a management strategy focused on creating measurable business value by identifying and addressing social problems that intersect with the business. It was first implemented by Bendigo and Adelaide Bank in 1998 through its Community Bank model, in response to the wave of bank branch closures sweeping Australia.

It is based on the Shared Value Initiative, founded by Harvard Professor, Michael E. Porter.

What you'll learn

Our expert panel will provide insights into:

  • Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's Shared Value Community Bank model

  • how to increase business growth through customer and community connections

  • how to create and implement a sustainable Shared Value strategy

  • how to manage key stakeholder relationships with the community

  • challenges in delivering Shared Value.