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Short Courses: Supply Chain Management – Monday 29 April, FREE

Wednesday, 27 March 2019

If you want business success (and who doesn’t?), you have to make your supply chain successful too. Join Associate Professor Ferry Jie at this one day workshop that is generously subsidised by the Small Business Development Corporation.

Networks in changing business ecosystems - 3rd International Symposium

Thursday, 07 March 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > Events > 2019 > 3

15 & 16 July 2019, Room 546, Building 34, ECU Joondalup Campus, Perth, Western Australia

Short Courses: Cyber Security for Small Business

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

In this full-day interactive workshop you’ll cover new developments in the cyber world, take part in hands-on activities and contribute to seminar discussions around best practice.

Short Courses: Entrepreneurial Women

Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Are you thinking about starting, or have you recently started your own business? This introductory course will help you plan and prepare for an entrepreneurial career path.

Short Courses: Small Business Toolkit

Friday, 15 February 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > Events > 2019 > 2

The Small Business Toolkit is a free series of 3-hour workshops over 4 weeks, created for people who are already managing, or thinking of starting, their own small business.

SBL Professorial Research Talk - "Human Trafficking - A Global Crime Against Humanity"

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Associate Professor Joshua Aston discusses how the spread of human trafficking represents a major break down of international law.

School of Business and Law Career Fair

Wednesday, 06 February 2019

Network with employers, get your LinkedIn photo taken, win an iPad and get your career on track!

South West School of Business and Law Day

Monday, 04 February 2019 Schools > Business and Law > News and events > Events > 2019 > 2

Join ECU staff, current students, new students, alumni and industry for a day of free professional development at ECU South West (Bunbury) Campus.

SBL Professorial Talk 2018 - Dysfunctional accounting information system behaviours

Friday, 09 November 2018

Associate Professor Hadrian Djajadikerta will discuss dysfunctional accounting information system behaviour.

Marketing 2019 & Beyond: Trends and Predictions

Wednesday, 07 November 2018

The Marketing 2019 & Beyond series is an opportunity to gain valuable insider knowledge from some of the industry’s most experienced and engaging thought leaders including ECU's own Dr Stephanie Meek.

ECU Law Assembly: Cyberterrorism and Law

Friday, 02 November 2018

ECU's School of Business and Law warmly invites you to the inaugural ECU Law Assembly, a regular forum for law academics, researchers, policy makers and industry to engage in collaborative dialogue on emerging areas in the fields of law.

SBL Professorial Talk 2018 - Innovation in large services organisations

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Innovation is the key to an organisation’s competitive advantage and innovative ideas in an organisation can emanate from various sources. However, do organisations, especially large service organisations actively manage innovation, and how do they do so? This seminar brings together findings about innovation in five large Australian service organisations.

The impact of emotional labour in service excellence

Monday, 15 October 2018

Have you wondered about how to manage emotional labour in the workplace? Dr Julie Nyanjom has been in the management field for over 30 years and will be speaking at Maker and Co as part of ECU's Pop Up Campus Lecture Series. Effective customer service depends on Emotional labour.  Julie will be discussing strategies to help service providers manage emotional labour to create value and achieve service excellence.

SBL Professorial Talk 2018 - Film tourism: representation, imagination, travel

Thursday, 20 September 2018

In recent years, tourist sites featuring in films and TV series have seen unprecedented visitor numbers. Coined ‘Film Tourism’, the implications for stakeholders such as policy makers, media producers, the creative industries, DMOs, host communities and tourists have been far reaching. The resulting research has been multi-disciplinary, bringing together academics in social psychology, media and cultural studies, policy making, environmental studies, geography and marketing. Despite greater understanding of the Film Tourism phenomena, there still remain critical gaps in this knowledge area. This talk by Sean Kim looks at five areas of concerns in detail.

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