Hugh Williams is a distinguished fellow, not just because that’s his role at Melbourne Business School’s Centre for Business Analytics but because he also helped build Microsoft’s Bing search engine, lead Google Maps’ engineering and product teams, and turn eBay around.
Dr Hugh Williams, Distinguished Fellow at the Centre for Business Analytics, talks about lessons learned during the last decade working in Silicon Valley for companies such as eBay, Tinder, Pivotel, Google Maps and Microsoft.
MBS - In the first-ever QS World University Rankings of Masters in Business Analytics, Melbourne Business School’s program has ranked No. 5 in the world and No. 1 in Asia, Australia and New Zealand – ahead of any other Australian school.
Professor Steve Tadelis, economics professor at UC Berkeley, Distinguished Fellow at the MBS Centre for Business Analytics, former Distinguished Economist at eBay Research Labs and adviser to Amazon spoke about the challenges of building trust in online markets.
Some of Melbourne’s sharpest minds recently experienced the potential of quantum computing to revolutionise our economy and create a high-skilled jobs boom in the aerospace, defence, finance, insurance, security and other industries.
ARN - Speaking at the Melbourne Business School, Head coach Michael Cheika outlined how the Wallabies are placing greater emphasis on analytics, leveraging technology to make objective decisions.
Melbourne Business School is delighted to welcome global technology leader Dr Hugh Williams to the Centre for Business Analytics as a Distinguished Fellow.
The public was the big winner at the Melbourne Business Analytics Datathon, with all six finalists using their unprecedented access to health, grocery and transaction data to identify unique ways to improve health policy and outcomes in Victoria.
Thank you to our sponsors and friends for making the Melbourne Analytics Conference 2017 a huge success. Over 550 attendees turned up to take part in a day of inspiring data discussions.