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Our vision at UTS Business School is to advance knowledge with impact through integrative thinking for the next generation leaders of a globalising world.
We recognise emerging themes, such as a greater emphasis on ethical decision making, corporate social responsibility and the need for environmental sustainability in the strategic management and operations of business. Overlaying these themes is a shift to a more integrative approach - one which combines specialised knowledge in key discipline areas with broader, boundary-crossing skills and an appreciation of the role of creativity in organisations.
Whether you pursue a career in a large private sector company, the public sector, a community organisation or an entrepreneurial venture, your business education at UTS will provide you with a soundly based understanding of the changing world in which business and organisations operate, and of the challenges this brings. The business world of the future is yours to shape - a compelling opportunity but also a great responsibility.
Dean of UTS Business School
Professor Roy Green, Dean of UTS Business School
ARN connected with UTS Business School Dean Professor Roy Green to assess Australia’s innovation impasse.
Some of the state’s “best and brightest” young academics - including three from UTS - have presented ideas for the future of NSW at Government House Sydney, covering topics as wide-ranging as innovation and citizen participation.
Innovation may not be the word that won the federal election but Australia must “stay the course” with a focus on innovation that will be vital to its future prosperity, CSIRO chairman David Thodey has told a public lecture at UTS Business School.
Innovation is not just about start-ups but “scaling up” and broader industrial transformation to drive long-term growth and jobs, writes UTS Business School Dean Professor Roy Green.