Explore the challenges facing businesses, and connect with the people who are tackling them head on. Typically, a masterclass will start with a 20-40 minute presentation, followed by a Q&A session and a chance to network with other business professionals.
Data Analysts - What Skillsets Do These Jobs Require?
19 November – The massive explosion in available data can be a gold mine for business and a critical tool for policymakers. But finding those with the right skills to glean, sift and analyse can be a challenge. Dr Patricia Menéndez from Monash Business School’s Department of Econometrics and Statistics delves into this issue, drawing on her extensive experience.
How Do We Integrate Mental Health, Wellbeing And Performance Within Professional Service Firms?
29 October – Turnover intentions, burnout, lack of diversity among management are key challenges that professional service firms are facing in today’s fast-changing economy and society. How can they make the workplace a better and healthier environment while maintaining high-performance?
Implications of Audit Regulation: Do Key Audit Matters Matter?
17 September – Monash Business School’s Professor Robyn Moroney discusses the recent introduction of the Enhanced Audit Report and, in particular, the effect of the inclusion of Key Audit Matters - matters that, in the auditor's professional judgment, were of most significance in the audit of the financial statements.
Doing Business in Post-Communist Countries
20 August – The fall of the Berlin wall catalysed huge change across the world, from new market economies in post-Soviet countries to astonishing economic growth in Asia. Thirty years later, however, questions remain around how to do business with the hugely varying economic and political systems of post-communist countries.