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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.
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Dr Heather Stewart
Heather is a researcher working in qualitative data collection and analysis and has established a publishing profile in high-level corporate social responsibility and sustainable business journals.
Her focus is on qualitative research of collaboration, continual learning and sustainable management practices in small and medium-sized enterprises. This includes CSR and and management issues such as application of sustainable management practices.
Water governance in Laos
Dr Tapan Sarker facilitated a training program for participants from the National University of Laos and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment titled Enhancing growth and institutional development through increasing expertise in water governance in Lao People's Democratic Republic.
Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Australian Awards Fellowship, the program aims to develop good practices in the transfer of knowledge to professionals from Laos in the area of water governance.
Global network orchestration
The value chains underlying most goods and services are becoming increasingly disagregated and globally dispersed. So how can a firm coordinate and safeguard exchanges in a complex global value chain when it has limited formal authority?
Professor Sara McGaughey, along with Professor Randi Lunnan (Norwegian School of Management), examines this question through a qualitative case study of a European ship designer and builder as they engage in new business models involving outsourcing and offshoring to countries such as China, Dubai and Turkey.
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