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///Students Analyse Successful Businesses Operating in an Ecologically Sensitive Area

Students Analyse Successful Businesses Operating in an Ecologically Sensitive Area

A group of first trimester, Management Fundamental students from JCU Brisbane and Russo Business School recently traveled to Moreton Island to learn about resort operations at Tangalooma.

This field trip provided students with the opportunity to visualise the practical elements of the theory they had learnt in class. As theory and practice are qualitatively different, JCU Brisbane strongly believes in implementation of hands-on learning into all of our curriculums.

Photo: Eszter Kiss, JCU Brisbane and RBS students pose on Morteon Island.

Throughout the day students gained insight into a few of Moreton Island’s business practices and the need for consideration of resource constraints, sustainable operations and ongoing strategic development.

Overall, this was a great field trip, with students walking away with a deeper understanding of managerial theory, sustainable and business practices in a tropical context.

Thank you to everyone who attended and Eszter Kiss for organizing this wonderful excursion.

2019-01-25T14:02:47+10:0025 January 2019|News|
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