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MBS Breakfast Series - Canberra

Tuesday, October 10
7:00am – 9:00am 
National Gallery of Australia
Parkes Pl E, Parkes, Canberra, ACT 2600, Australia
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Please join us at Melbourne Business School's Breakfast Series, when it comes to Canberra on Tuesday 10 October 2017.

Over breakfast Geoff Martin, Associate Professor of Strategy, will discuss developing customer / stakeholder centricity, anticipating disruption and building political capital through reconceptualising strategy.
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National Gallery of Australia, Parkes Pl E, Parkes, Canberra, ACT 2600, Australia

Tuesday, October 10, 7:00am – 9:00am

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Geoff Martin
Associate Professor of Strategy
Geoff teaches Business Strategy, Corporate Strategy and the Social Entrepreneurs units on the MBA and Executive MBA programs and works with several Australian and international businesses, including Port of Portland, SilverChef, Telstra, Astro, ILMU and Manulife.

Geoff’s research explores short termism and risk taking by executives and has been published in the Harvard Business Review, Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Journal and more. He received consecutive research excellence awards from the University of Melbourne in 2013 and 2014.

Prior to completing his PhD at IE Business School in Madrid and his MBA at Melbourne Business School, Geoff held a number of senior strategy and operational risk positions at Deloitte (Sydney), GT Global (Dublin), TXU (London), IAMCO (London, Johannesburg), Egg Bank (London) and Credit Suisse (Singapore, London), where he was Vice President. He has also worked in the non-profit sector with Rafael HIV Services in South Africa and Raleigh International in Chile.