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Tri Hita Karana is a Balinese philosophy denoting three ways to happiness through attaining harmonies of people with people, nature, and the spiritual. This philosophy can be applied to the United Nation’s 17 SGDs alongside three ways of happiness and well-being.
The Griffith MBA is built on the same principle in the form of three values that it stands for. Our first value, ‘responsible leadership’, centres around topics of mastering harmony among people within and across organisations, communities and countries (SDG 1-10, over 600 topics taught across MBA courses). The second value, ‘sustainable business practice’, focuses on developing a deep understanding of the harmony between business and the environment (SDG 11-15, over 300 topics taught across MBA courses). The third value is about our value-focused lens on the Asia-Pacific and focuses on the role of business for harmony in our region (SDG 16&17, over 100 topics taught across MBA courses).
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