Media Exposing the Wrongs of Bad Corporate Behaviour
Adele Ferguson, journalist and Adjunct Professor in the La Trobe Business School, shares her insights into recent Royal Commissions.
- Wednesday 30 September 2020 06:00 pm until Wednesday 30 September 2020 07:15 pm (Add to calendar)
- Dr Geraldine Kennett
- Presented by:
- Ms Adele Ferguson AM and Adjunct Professor Paul Mather
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Members of the La Trobe MBA community are invited to a conversation with Ms Adele Ferguson AM, journalist and Adjunct Professor in the La Trobe Business School. Paul Mather will facilitate the discussion via Zoom, and Adele will share her insights with from the Royal Commission, including:
- How the Commission has changed the way board directors think and act
- Perceptions on to whom directors are accountable
- The role of media in exposing unethical behaviour
About the speaker
Ms Adele Ferguson AM is a multi-award winning senior business writer and columnist for leading newspapers, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Financial Review. Her series of investigations into the banks over the past five years helped bring about a royal commission into the sector. Adele’s journalism goes behind corporate spin and exposes corporate wrongdoing.
About the La Trobe MBA
The La Trobe MBA is ranked equal 1st in Victoria and our online MBA is ranked 3rd in Australia. The program is co-designed and delivered with industry partners Mercer, Accenture and Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission.
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Online via Zoom