The Australian School of Business' Advisory Council comprises of an external, expert and experienced group of industry practitioners who advise the ASB and serve as a reference point. The Council ensures that our programs and courses are relevant in today's changing business environment.
At the beginning of each year, the Council’s members commit to a program of active engagement with the ASB based on the Council’s charter.
Business Advisory Council members are leaders in industry and government. They are committed to ensuring that the ASB realises its vision of becoming a leading centre for business education and research in the Asia-Pacific region.
Membership is by invitation only and there are 51 members, most of whom are chairs or chief executives of major organisations.
The council lends its energy, experience and influence to pursuing its vision, recognising that business, government and management generally are important stakeholders in the success of the School.
Members of the Council’s Executive Committee played an active role in developing and implementing the School’s Strategic Plan, ASB 2015. In general, the Executive Committee enables the School to:
- Increase its engagement with business (and vice versa)
- Increase the relevance of its curriculum and research agendas
- Build links between the ASB and its stakeholders
- Raise the profile of, and build, the ASB's brand and reputation
- Engage with students and alumni