Tag Archives: students

In-company degrees: Business embraces education

Posted by on Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Standing in a queue for tickets at the Edinburgh Festival last week, my mobile kept on ringing.  Waiting to go in to see Jonathan Agnew at the Edinburgh Book Festival, the same happened.  What were both journalists and our PR agency continually calling me for? Comments on how Bradford University School of Management has been… Read More »

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

Posted by on Tuesday, June 28, 2011

This edition of Bradford University School of Management’s digest of the latest business thinking features Quotas for women on boards Peer learning on the Ideas Bus Robert Peston on the Greek Economy Cutting the cost of an MBA Please share your views here and on Twitter @BradManagement STRATEGY & LEADERSHIP Blog: Will quotas get the… 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 »

What are the key factors for an innovative business?

Posted by on Wednesday, March 16, 2011

On a very cold January morning the new Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (that’s me!) arrived at Bradford University School of Management. My office full of boxes, no chairs but with plans about developing education, research and business engagement within an Enterprise and Innovation Lab at the School. Very soon I started teaching our MSc… 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 »