"For Aboriginal people
to be active participants in the design of both their current and future
worlds, the first shift is one of economics. Money is quite simply a ‘unit of
change'. The more money in the hands of Aboriginal people and communities, the
more opportunity there is for change to happen." - The Cultural Connection Code
At nearly 80-years-old, the owner of his
own car sales empire still heads into the office six days a week, spends time
on the sales floor, and makes time to deal with customer complaints personally.
On top of this, he also spends four or five business hours at home on Sundays.
The Hon Peter
Collier MLC, WA Minister for Aboriginal Affairs; Nyunggai Warren Mundine, Chairman of the Prime Minister's
Indigenous Advisory Council; and Indigenous celebrity chef Mark Olive will be among the speakers at the Indigenous Business,
Enterprise and Corporations Conference (IBECC) 2014.
Business School's Professor Paul
Healy will be at the UWA Business School in late March to share his
expertise with students, faculty and the wider business community.
his visit, Professor Healy will deliver a research seminar to the Accounting and
Finance discipline group exploring the causes and effects of corruption in
business. He will also speak on the same topic as part of the Professional
Development Series for the School's postgraduate students.
UWA Master of Business Administration (MBA) students reached the Grand Final of an international case competition in Toronto after impressing judges with an outstanding presentation on sustainability in mining.