Tag Archives: university

Three reasons why industry should get involved with a university

Posted by on Tuesday, June 26, 2012

by Andrew Isherwood, associate lecturer and runs a business and technology consultancy ai:consortia Three reasons why industry should get involved with a university I’ve recently been working with Bradford School of Management on developing and delivering a Technology and Innovation Management course for their MSc students. During this course I have encouraged external companies to… Read More »

Choosing a Business Dissertation Question: How can you manage the expectation of all parties involved?

Posted by on Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Guest blog by Dr Robert Lomas: Lecturer in Technological Management; member of the Operations and Information Management group and author of Mastering Your Business Dissertation (2011) Routledge, Oxford. Twitter @Dr_Robert_Lomas   Amazon Author Central Page: Choosing the dissertation topic for your MBA, Masters or undergraduate business degree is potentially the most empowering step you can take… Read More »

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 »