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Professor Daryll Hull

Director
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Daryll holds a Professorial appointment at Macquarie University in the Centre for Workforce Futures in the Macquarie School of Business. He is the Co-Director of the Centre.

He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), and a Fellow of the Global Labor Organization (GLO)

Daryll has been active in industry, business, government and academe in Australia and overseas for 40 years. He has run his own successful businesses, assisted others to develop their business, and acted as an advisor and mentor for senior executives.

He has been a senior public servant in Australia, the corporate projects planner for a major public company, Director and Chair of several computer software companies, Founding Director of a listed venture capital group, Chair of an industry forum in matters of road safety, head of a national research policy centre in transport and logistics, and a private consultant to various corporate clients.

His international work has taken him across East Asia and into Europe. He was a long time Mission Leader for technology based policy advice (technology business incubation and science parks) with the United Nations in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, The Philippines, China and India. He has worked in Europe on matters of work organisation and management, based in Oxford at Ruskin College; and at the Inter University Centre in Dubrovnik (in the former Yugoslavia).

Daryll has a continuing interest in business strategy, corporate planning, business incubation, new forms of work organisation, workplace culture and productivity, public policy development, industry reform programmes and corporate governance.

His current focus is on the form and meaning of decent work, cooperative management and common ownership as the underpinnings of a new global social and economic paradigm.