Advancing innovative research-driven and socially responsible education

The Department of Business Strategy and Innovation (BSI) is a reputable leader in the field of business innovation and creativity. It incorporates an interdisciplinary approach to several areas of relevance such as entrepreneurship, information management, international and Asian business and supply chain management that are informed by a focus on business strategy, sustainability and business innovation.

Our degrees are informed by world-class research and supported by the work of more than 30 experts in their fields. This means that as a Griffith graduate, you’ll be ideally positioned to take advantage of new and exciting opportunities in a rapidly changing academic and professional environment.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Our department boasts diversity in research and expertise that results in a greater perspective on how different cultures operate and experience greater success in educating and researching issues in global business.

Our academic staff teach into coursework programs at both undergraduate and post-graduate level including major contributions to the Master of International Business, Master of Business and Master of Business Administration.

Our graduates can be found around the world in multinational companies, government and non-government organisations, consulting firms and financial institutions.

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Study international business or Asian studies

Our people

Our diverse group of academic, adjunct and professional staff and HDR candidates are dedicated to achieving high standards in research, teaching and community engagement.

Our staff are consistently successful in receiving Learning and Teaching Awards. These awards recognise our outstanding teachers by awarding those who excel in their teaching roles.

Our research

We are committed to building a strong research profile with impact-driven research, with a focus on international business, Asia-Australia and international relations, globalisation, small enterprise, logistics and supply chain management, information systems, sustainable business, and religious change and social consciousness.

Our partners

We foster mutually beneficial partnerships with industry, government and the community that power innovation and drive success.

Our wide­-reaching relationships help boost outcomes for businesses and enhance student learning.

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Our expert staff

Environmental management accounting

A comparative study between Australia and Sri Lanka

Associate Professor Ki-Hoon Lee has secured funding from the UK’s peak body for management accountants, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) for his project titled ‘An exploration of the implementation and usefulness of environmental management accounting: A comparative study between Australia and Sri Lanka’ which has created a foundation for EMA knowledge.

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Transformative learning experiences

for professionals and businesses

Dr Luke Houghton is currently working on a project that focuses on the use of the engagement model of problem solving to assess and learn how to impart skills to time pressured business people and professionals alike. The project draws on the idea that experiences produce the best learning outcomes.

At present the model is being tested with business people looking to improve the impact of their marketing.

Dhara Shah

Sisters support business together

Dr Dhara Shah, is leading a project that aims to empower'Sisters' by building their self-efficacy and bringing them together in groups to form support networks or partnerships, and providing them with skill development, training, mentoring and coaching support, and grants to start a small business.

This project aims to improve outcomes for women aged 50 and over on Newstart Allowance or similar programs, who are underemployed or unemployed, have missed out on or have limited superannuation, have poor future financial security

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Our activities

Students pitch innovative business ideas to panel of diverse experts

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Bridging the gap between good intentions and ability: Embedding SDGs in business

Read Bridging the gap between good intentions and ability: Embedding SDGs in business now

Developing students with an entrepreneurial mindset

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Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management

The Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management is developed and taught by industry professionals in active leadership roles. As a graduate of the program, you will have the skills and knowledge to translate vision and strategy into action and effectively manage transformation in your organisations.

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STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES

Griffith Business School offers many opportunities for students to get involved with our community, build professional and social networks, and enhance their business skills.

We also offer a wide range of scholarships, prizes and awards to assist with the costs of course fees, textbooks, accommodation and living expenses.

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LEARNING AND TEACHING GRANTS AND AWARDS

The Griffith Grants and Fellowships for Learning and Teaching support the University's strategic priorities in learning and teaching by providing funding for projects that improving educational practice and support services and promote innovation in learning and teaching.

Learning and Teaching Awards recognise our outstanding teachers by awarding those who excel in their teaching roles.

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Become a researcher

By undertaking a research degree at Griffith University, you are choosing to study at one of Australia’s most innovative tertiary institutions. Find out more about our PhD and research degrees or meet our current higher degree research candidates.

Featured alumni

Amanda Hodges

Executive leader

Amanda Hodges

Bachelor of International Business

Since graduating from a  Bachelor of International Business and a Graduate Diploma in Korean Language at Griffith University, Amanda Hodges has travelled the world as an international strategic business, investment and government affairs executive leader.

Clinton Dines

China executive

Clinton Dines

Bachelor of Asian Studies

In 1988 he was recruited by BHP to be the company’s senior country executive for China and stayed with the group for more than 21 years, retiring as President of BHP Billiton China in July 2009 to become Principal, Moreton Bay Partners.

Annabelle Chaplain

High flyer

Annabelle Chaplain

Bachelor of Asian Studies

Annabelle is the Chairman, Queensland Airports Limited after her career in investment banking led to her appointment to a number of government boards and advisory positions at state and federal levels.

Greg Ellis

Ethical entrepreneur

Greg Ellis

Bachelor of International Business

Greg is co-founder of money lending company Nimble, a company dedicated to lending to working people without getting them into a cycle of debt.

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5 star employability

Griffith has received five stars in the prestigious QS Stars ratings for graduate employability, helping you get a job sooner.

Innovative teaching and learning

Our world-class research and industry connections inform our degrees and our students gain real-world experience.

International network of graduates

Join the GBS alumni network of more than 40,000 making an impact around the world.

Support to reach your goals

Our award winning teaching team and support services are dedicated to helping you succeed.

State-of-the-art learning facilities

Our learning spaces inspire creativity, promote collaboration and encourage innovation.

Research that makes a difference

Benefit from a vibrant research culture and study alongside our globally renowned researchers.

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