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An Aboriginal Way: Redefining Partnerships as a Shared Journey

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • The aim of this paper is to showcase the relationship developed between the traditional Aboriginal knowledge holders of the Illawarra and the staff at University of Wollongong Business Faculty through the Jindaola program, as a joint effort to embed Aboriginal knowledges and ways of thinking into the business curricula.

Publication Date


  • 2019

Citation


  • Phelan, A., Kennedy, J., Hampton, C., Wicks, T., Almeida, S., Clarke, R., Gibbons, B., Norris, J., Turbill, J. & Verrucci, N. (2019). An Aboriginal Way: Redefining Partnerships as a Shared Journey. CR+3 Conference (pp. 1-6). Latrobe, Australia.

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Abstract


  • The aim of this paper is to showcase the relationship developed between the traditional Aboriginal knowledge holders of the Illawarra and the staff at University of Wollongong Business Faculty through the Jindaola program, as a joint effort to embed Aboriginal knowledges and ways of thinking into the business curricula.

Publication Date


  • 2019

Citation


  • Phelan, A., Kennedy, J., Hampton, C., Wicks, T., Almeida, S., Clarke, R., Gibbons, B., Norris, J., Turbill, J. & Verrucci, N. (2019). An Aboriginal Way: Redefining Partnerships as a Shared Journey. CR+3 Conference (pp. 1-6). Latrobe, Australia.

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