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Welcome to our blog, part of the work of the University of Sydney’s Business Co-Design Research Group (CDRG). Our aim is to inform discourse and debate about key issues impacting business education and student experience.

We welcome your ideas as higher education practitioners, researchers, and thought leaders.  Here we share and debate the latest research, scholarship, and critical issues in business education.

Why This Blog?

The ways in which deliver our business education has pivoted. As a result, the pandemic has made us examine how we educate through new lenses. Multimodal forms of teaching and learning (such as hybrid or hyflex) are growing and challenging entrenched norms of higher education (such as the didactic lecture delivered at scale).

The Business Co-Design Research Group takes a global focus on the challenges, opportunities, and experiences defining and shaping a post-crisis business education. Do we ‘snap back’ to the more traditional methods of business education in 2019? Or do we resist and welcome the changing expectations of learners, industry, and the community? Like business schools around the world, we are still in and slowly emerging from crisis.  

We look forward to sharing research and practice from colleagues near and far. You can connect with us here, on Twitter @CDRG_USYD or by email: business.cdrg@sydney.edu.au

Our group frames research and investigations within the following four pillars of research activity:

  • Co-design of innovative pedagogical practices in business education and student experience 
  • Evaluation of pedagogical innovation for large group teaching in business education
  • Engaging in strategic pedagogical and student experience change in business education
  • Participatory learning, student experience and students as partners in business education

Contribute to Co-design Research

We want to hear diverse voices in business education. Find out more about how you can contribute to the conversation at About us.

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