La Trobe Business School news and events
Business School rankings success
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Surfers save hundreds from drowning each year
Surfers play a critical safety role at unpatrolled beaches
Boost for Chinese students’ learning
The new Chinese International Student Experiential Learning Ecosystem
Trading room builds real world skills
The La Trobe Business School’s Trading Room features the Bloomberg global financial market trading platform
Responding to violence against women in sport
Researchers have identified strategies to help sports organisations respond to violence against adult women in sport
Neuro-marketing offers new take on ad campaign
Researchers are using state-of-the-art neuro-marketing equipment to assess the effectiveness of advertising
Data solutions lead to Net Zero
Researchers from the Centre for Data Analytics and Cognition are helping La Trobe University to reduce its carbon emissions
Industry-led learning with Mercer
The La Trobe Business School is partnering with Mercer to equip MBA students with the skills they need to succeed in a dynamic business environment
Graduate research in the Department of Management and Marketing
Our graduate researchers are helping to change the business landscape for the better
Improving service culture
Researchers have found that adhocracy culture is key to creating an innovative service culture in hospitality
Inspirational teachers in Management and Marketing
Meet our inspirational teachers and find out how they are preparing future professionals for the workforce
Meet our Management and Marketing students
Our students obtain the theoretical knowledge and practical skills they need to succeed in a dynamic business environment
Would co-CEOs be best for every company?
Is a co-CEO model the path to innovation and success?
Domestic violence and the Melbourne Cup
This Melbourne Cup, alcohol and sport collide. Forget the horses.
Supporting mature age entrepreneurs
Research led by Professor Alex Maritz has found that entrepreneurship among people aged 45 years and older is on the rise in Australia
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