The Business/Higher Education Round Table is a not-for-profit organisation that was established in 1990 to strengthen the relationship between business and higher education. B/HERT is the only organisation with members who are leaders in higher education, business, industry bodies and research institutions.
Congratulations to Ken Boal, Vice-President Cisco Australia and New Zealand, on his election as B/HERT President 2014-2016.
B/HERT in partnership with the Westpac Bicentennial Foundation held a round table on 18 September 2014. The notes are attached. (pdf)
B/HERT and the Australian Business Deans Council are pleased to welcome the report of the Future of Management Education initiative.
Presentation by Chris Goldsworthy at the Creating a Research Industry Outreach Program at University of Melbourne, July 18 2014: Connecting Research to the Business Node (pdf).
Presentation by Chris Goldsworthy at the 30th June 2014 Skilling Australia Summit: The Alchemy of connecting between business, industry and higher education (pdf).
Destination Australia: Tapping into a New Generation of International Business Students - the Round Table was held on 11 June 2014 in Melbourne. See transcript of Minister Pyne's speech.
Recent Publications available to download:
B/HERT Board develops new Strategic Plan for 2013-2015
In partnership with Cisco, Curtin University and Woodside, B/HERT presented the Big Data Application Round Table on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at the Council Chambers, Curtin University. See the Agenda for the Round Table. See the ABC News article "Science and business coming together in the Mid West".
B/HERT in conjunction with B/HERT members, Edith Cowan University, Cisco and Dimension Data held the Cyber Security Round Table on November 6. The RT was preceded by a dinner on November 5.
The STEM Round Table for the Digital Economy was held in the Digital Aquarium, Swinburne University of Technology with support from Cisco on 8 October 2014. See: Agenda, Dr Alan Finkel AO's presentation, Dr Pamela Gay's presentation, Dr Brian Fitzgerald's presentation, Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC's speech, photo gallery. See the report of the STEM Round Table here.
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