The Department focuses on the operation of organisations and understanding customer needs, resources and networks.
Tutor Recruitment for Summer Semester and Semester 1 2019 has now closed. Applications for Semester 2 2019 will open in April.
Management focuses on how organisations operate – what they do, their employment practices, ways of managing and their business strategies. It is the process of achieving organisational goals and demands an understanding of the economic, social and environmental context.
Marketing is about understanding customer needs, resources and networks to create value for the customer and for the organisation. MBS marketing graduates are known for their perceptive understanding of business issues, skilful communication and strong leadership. Graduates are employed in a variety of industries, including in communication and customer strategy, international business, consulting and analysis.
We publish our research in a wide range of high quality journals. Our Department is also home to the Centre for Workplace Leadership, a research centre dedicated to leadership research, improving the quality of leadership in Australian workplaces, and developing leaders.
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Our Research Centres
Our academics are active collaborators in multi-partner centres which bring together researchers and practitioners from a range of disciplines and industries.
The Department of Management and Marketing hosts a variety of events throughout the year providing a platform for students, academics, industry professionals and accounting practitioners to engage in contemporary issues.
What we teach
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Management and Marketing News
Batteries not included? It used to be a pair of AAs were all you needed on Christmas morning. These days, tech presents are common under the Christmas tree, but if the receiver isn’t tech savvy, they can fall by the wayside or cause frustration. We asked Marketing PhD Candidate Pao Franco to unwrap his research for us, and share a few tips for giving tech gifts this Christmas.
"Mentoring programs give students an opportunity to connect and learn from professionals in the industry. It’s a valuable networking opportunity for them, not just with their mentors, but with the extended network they can tap into through these interactions." -Maurice Cheong, CMP Mentor
With everyone abuzz about the future of work what does it actually mean for you? Our panel of experts broke it down as part of the Future of Work: People, Performance, Innovation event program
We all learn in different ways. For some, it’s a passive thing, soaking up information as it’s presented, for others, it means learning by doing, and for a third group, it’s a matter of taking the plunge and throwing themselves into the deep end. For Master of Management (Marketing) alumna Thanchanok Choochart, it was the latter.