University Partners

 
 
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Deakin Business School

Deakin Business School is a Strategic partner.  Deakin University and BSchool are currently exploring several different opportunities within the Post Graduate space.  BSchool and Deakin University are collaborating to develop unique global pathway programs for their Bachelor and Master’s degrees. BSchool postgraduate pathway programs also contain DeakinCo Micro-credentials which provide important soft skills for the future of work.

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DeakinCo.

DeakinCo is an Education and Micro-credential partner.  BSchool works closely with DeakinCo to certify all BSchool Global Online Pathway Programs. BSchool also works with DeakinCo to develop unique Micro-credential pathways for verifiable future skills that can be converted into postgraduate qualifications.  BSchool’s new International Bachelor and MBA Pathway Programs are the latest initiative created by this partnership which will enable future students to complete a Bachelor or MBA at a significant discount.

 
 

 

Partnerships

 
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University of Melbourne

BSchool recently delivered a 4-month bespoke transformational development program called ‘The Propel Program’ to 60 high performing staff members within University Services at the University of Melbourne (UoM).  The program was aimed at high potentials and was designed to teach them the key skills necessary to be successful in their current and future roles.  The success of The Propel Program showcased the ability of BSchool to successfully deliver a high quality Enterprise program to a large cohort of emerging leaders and middle managers.

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ANZ

BSchool collaborated with ANZ during their Business Ready Campaign in 2016.  BSchool helped publicise Business Ready through activations with BSchool's high profile Entrepreneurs.  ANZ was also a major sponsor of Idea Nation in 2016 and donated the $20,000 prize money to the winner, Haweya Ismail, of Mud and Musk (www.mudandmusk.com).

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Centre for Leadership Advantage

The Centre for Leadership Advantage represents a highly regarded consulting team of organisational psychologists, scientist-practitioners, leadership specialists and thought leaders.  Their team has advisory and industry experience in ASX-listed, private, not-for-profit and Government organisations.  CLA has deep expertise in the scientific basis of leadership and how it can be measured in the workplace.  BSchool and CLA have worked closely on a number of key leadership research and delivery projects in 2018.

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Australia Post

BSchool collaborated with AusPost during the launch of their MyPost Business Campaign during mid 2016.  BSchool created a unique online course on Branding for MyPost Business members with Naomi Simson.  AusPost was also a major sponsor of BSchool's Idea Nation 2016.  BSchool released its new exclusive short courses with MyPost Business customers in late 2017.

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Institute for Working Futures

The Institute of Working Futures (IWF) is a Strategic partner.  IWF provides research, side-by-side consultancy support and tools to assist people, regions, companies and industries to transform human capability and seize opportunities at speed.  IWF is a team of scientist-practitioners who have served on the front lines for over 20 years.  IWF is led by Dr Marcus Bowles. a true innovator in the space who has promoted global research, invested in social and commercial ventures and driven breakthrough thinking around the future of work.

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Business Chicks

BSchool and Business Chicks collaborated in 2015 and 2016 to create unique entrepreneurial programs and events for the Business Chicks community.  BSchool has more recently worked with Business Chicks to release a joint White Paper and Executive Summary on Women in Leadership with CLA in 2018. BSchool consulted with Business Chicks and CLA to co-design their latest launch of Leadership Programs for Women known as LEAD in late 2018.

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ADC Forum

The ADC Forum, previously known as the Australian Davos Connection, is an independent, not-for-profit organisation founded in 1996 by the Australian members and participants of the World Economic Forum (WEF). ADC Forum is an internationally connected community, enabling a strategic architecture for businesses to intersect with governments and academia across the world. BSchool has a longstanding partnership with ADC and released a joint White Paper on Leadership with CLA in 2018. BSchool and ADC are currently exploring opportunities in China and Africa for BSchool pathway programs.

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Tasmanian Government

BSchool is working closely with the Tasmanian Government to help kickstart the startup community In Tasmania by providing a building to the Enterprize Hub (www.enterprize.space) in Launceston.  BSchool is also working with Enterprize to bring a series of entrepreneurial events to Launceston in 2019.  The Tasmanian Government was a minor sponsor of Idea Nation 2016.