Tag Archives: business schools

Tendering: think like your customer or expect to lose the pitch

Posted by on Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Brendan Noonan is senior VP, learning and development at Emirates Airline.  His executive MBA was achieved at Bradford University School of Management in Dubai As an alumnus of Bradford University School of Management – top ranked by the FT – I have always been proud of my business school and its associations. Emirates decided to… Read More »

Is it worth doing an MBA any more?

Posted by on Monday, April 15, 2013

To celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary next year, Bradford University School of Management is offering six MBA scholarships – worth over £17000 each – for just £2000

What can business schools do for creating community social mobilisation?

Posted by on Monday, March 5, 2012

Delroy Beverley, Director of Propertysolutions at Bradford-based housing association Incommunities Group, recently joined Bradford University School of Management’s Advisory Board. He holds a number of board level positions, advises many businesses on diversity and inclusion and was a trustee of one of the world’s largest and most influential charities. He is also a Fellow of… Read More »

The Importance of learning in today’s business climate – business critical, not just a ‘nice to have’

Posted by on Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Dr David Spicer is Senior Lecturer in Organisational Change and Head of the Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour Group at Bradford University School of Management, one of Europe’s leading full service business schools. A recent piece from HR Magazine highlighted that financial investment in learning and development is falling in the UK. This is… Read More »

Bradford ‘Management Thinking’ Digest – the latest on business strategy, leadership, finance, innovation and sustainability

Posted by on Monday, May 9, 2011

This edition of Bradford University School of Management’s digest of the latest business thinking features How to grow like Apple Tomorrow’s MBA Finance transformation Leaders’ conversation skills Please share your views here and on Twitter @BradManagement STRATEGY Business News Daily: How to grow like the ‘Golden’ Apple Mario Simon, the managing director of Millward Brown… Read More »

It’s the economy, stupid. Or is it?

Posted by on Monday, July 26, 2010

Well, the government has spoken.  Austerity is upon us!  The public sector must cut and save – there’s little disagreement. My problem is the balance between the economics and ideology of policy making. Let’s look at some examples. 1. Brand Yorkshire disappearing Firstly, the RDAs.  Controversial since their foundation, they were perceived as bloated quangos… Read More »