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Biography

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 Logistcs 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 (techology 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.

Community engagement

Professor, Macquarie School of Business, Macquarie University www.mq.edu.au
Co Director, Centre for Workforce Futures, Macquarie University www.mq.edu.au


Chair, Transport and Logistics Centre Limited www.talc.com.au
Chair, Transport Education Audit Health and Compliance Organisation Limited www.teacho.com.au
Chair, The Productive Edge Consulting Group www.productive.com.au

Chair, Engage Marine Shipping www,engagemarine.com.au

Past Academic Appointments
Visiting Professorial Fellow, Australian School of Business, UNSW
Adjunct Professor, Centre for Ecological Economics, University of New England
Adjunct Faculty, Australian Graduate School of Management
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Engineering, UNSW
Professorial Fellow, Curtin University of Technology
Associate Faculty, Inter University Centre, Dubrovnik
Social Science Research Council Fellow, Ruskin College, Oxford

Education
Doctor of Philosophy in Economics/Industrial Relations, UNSW
Certificate in Self Management Studies, Inter University Centre, Dubrovnik
Bachelor of Commerce (Industrial Relations) Honours Class One, UNSW
University Medal for Excellence in Commerce, UNSW

Past Directorships and Memberships
Chair, Transport and Logistics Certification Council (industry certification group)
Chair, Commonwealth Ministerial Maritime Training Industry Reference Group (ministerial group)
Member, Commonwealth Government Workforce Development Forum (ministerial advice)
Director, Australian Logistics Council (national industry group)
Director, Sydney Mechanics School of Arts (adult learning)
Director, Australian Industry Skills Future (skills advisory group)
Chairman, Kelman Estate Wines (vineyard)
Foundation Director, Society for Organisation Learning Australia (professional association)
Associate Director, Strategic FM (strategic facility planning)
Chair and Director, Mercator Software (school management systems)
Director, Formation Design Systems (ship modelling systems)
Director, Computer Aided Learning Society (industry association)
Director, Westintech Innovations Limited (venture capital)
Director, Corporate Projects and Planning Group, CSR Limited (corporate planning)

Professional Organisations
Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD)
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT)
Life Member, Oxford Union Society
Life Member, UNSW Accounting Society
Life Member, Federated Artifical Fertilisers and Chemical Workers Union

Education/Academic qualification

Industrial Relations, PhD, University of New South Wales

External positions

Chair, Engage Marine

1 Feb 2019 → …

Chair, Transport Education Audit Compliance Health Organisation (TEACHO)

1 Jan 2010 → …

Chair, Transport and Logistics Centre

1 Jan 2003 → …

Fingerprint Dive into the research topics where Daryll Hull is active. These topic labels come from the works of this person. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

Decision making Engineering & Materials Science
logistics Social Sciences
Ladders Engineering & Materials Science
Learning Medicine & Life Sciences
Internet Engineering & Materials Science
Industry Engineering & Materials Science
public policy Social Sciences
infrastructure Social Sciences

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Projects 2014 2019

Research Outputs 2009 2017

National Heavy Vehicle Chain of Responsibility (COR) Final Report

Thornthwaite, L., O'Neill, S. & Hull, D., 2017, Sydney: Macquarie University. 75 p.

Research output: Book/ReportOther reportResearch

Simply the best workplaces in Australia - Redux

Hull, D., 2015, Macquarie University, 20 p.

Research output: Working paperResearch

Industry
Productivity

Productivity push should focus on frontline managers

Hull, D., 10 Mar 2014, The Conversation 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to Newspaper/Magazine/WebsiteArticleResearch

Try a new tack: if it ain’t broke, break it

Hull, D., 2014, Shipping network, 36, p. 4-5 2 p.

Research output: Contribution to Newspaper/Magazine/WebsiteArticleResearch

Learning

Uncharted waters

Hull, D., 2014, In : Public administration today. 38, p. 31-33 3 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearch

logistics
public policy
infrastructure