Cogin gets the engagement wheels turning at UoQ

There was alarm at UNSW when Julie Cogin resigned a year back, insiders had hoped she would stay on to manage changes at the Australian Graduate School of Management (CMM October 6 2017). But people at UoQ were pleased with what was considered an astute hire for  dean of business.

They were right. Less than six months in Professor Cogin is emailing staff with news of big deals. There is funding from KPMG for a three-year chair in organisational trust, plus a postdoc and two PhD researchers. And there is a deal with Westpac to work on staff development. “Finally, we are seeing more than just relationships, the conversion of these into meaningful outcomes for a university is the hard part,” a learned business school reader remarks.


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