Super Team

Professor Daryll Hull

Director
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B.Com. (Industrial Relations) Hons 1 UNSW; PhD (Economics) UNSW; University Medal for Excellence; Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD); Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT)

Director of the Australian Logistics Council from 2004 to 2010; Associate Director of StrategicFM from 2000-current; Management Committee of the Industrial Relations Research Centre at UNSW (2007-current); Member of the NSW Freight Advisory Council (2009-2010), Chair, National Transport and Logistics Certification Council (2009-2011), Chair at TEACHO Limited (2010-current), Managing Director of the Transport and Logistics Centre (TALC) (2000-current), and Executive Chair of TEACHO Limited - a road transport industry education and research fund.

Daryll has established a solid reputation as an innovative organisation change consultant, competent senior executive and high-level advisor to government over three decades. He has an ongoing interest in organisation renewal and performance measurement. His areas of expertise include economic and business development, industrial and employee relations, organisation change and development, facilitation, policy and planning, small business incubation and self-management/self-government.

Among his consulting clients have been a wide range of public and private organisations including Kelloggs Australia, IBM Limited, the Director General of Transport in NSW, the WA Government Employees Superannuation Board, Fosters Brewing, the NSW Police Integrity Commission, the WA Water and Rivers Commission, Intellect Electronics Limited, the NSW Central Coast Area Consultative Committee, MIM Limited, the Rail, Tram and Bus Union and the Business Council of Australia.

During his management career he held senior positions in the public and private sector in Australia, including as the Foundation Director of a State Ministry of Technology. In that position Daryll reformed government policies, developed and managed Acts of Parliament, set up academic groups, established industry partnerships, created and directed a technology development fund and generally promoted technological development throughout the State.

Amongst his other employers has been CSR Limited, where he was the Corporate Projects and Planning Director during a major acquisitions phase of the company's growth.

He has also consulted widely on technology and business related matters for the United Nations. He was the Mission Director on extended missions to The Phillipines, Malaysia, Thailand, China, India and Indonesia. He worked closely with the Malaysian government on the creation of the First National Science and Technology Park in Kuala Lumpur.

He co-founded one of the first publicly listed venture capital companies in Australia. He has held appointments as a Director and Chair of a number of successful computer software companies, and he has designed and managed several science and technology parks and small business incubators in Australia and overseas.

Daryll is currently a Professor at Macquarie University in the Faculty of Business and Economics. He specialises in industry engagement grants and contracts. He is presenlty working in the areas of employee engagement reserarch, narrative database analysis and innovation projects in winemakiing in the Hunter Valley in New South Wales.

Daryll has lectured and tutored at various academic institutions, including a long-term research project at Ruskin College at Oxford, and taught courses for some years at the Inter University Centre in Dubrovnik in the former Yugoslavia. He wrote and coordinated Masters level teaching programmes at the University of New South Wales. He has in excess of 70 research and published works to his credit.