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23
May
Oxford Saïd’s open enrolment programmes have today been ranked number one in the UK, and 9th in the world.
22
May
Ever since Shelley’s Skylark first burst forth with its profuse strains of unpremeditated art we have suffered from a nagging feeling that true creativity is spontaneous and indulged in for its own sake. Perhaps that’s why the composer Toby Young, who spoke at Oxford Saïd, felt he had to apologise for mentioning that he got paid for his work.
20
May
New research shows how the alignment of purpose, strategy and organisational capabilities lead to success
17
May
At the Responsible Business Forum 2016 students, academics, businesses policymakers and NGOs discussed how they could build new models for the 21st century that would have real global impact.
17
May
With its perceived emphasis on action, data, and measurability, the world of business would seem to have less in common with the study of Philosophy than with the natural sciences. However, in a thought-provoking talk on May 11 2016, as part of the Engaging with the Humanities series, Professor Roger Scruton argued differently.
12
May
From climate change to slavery and human trafficking, the Hewlett Foundation and Thomson Reuters Foundation are having an impact on some of the world’s most complex, ‘wicked’ problems.
12
May
Oxford Saïd is using online collaborative tools for the first time in the delivery of the Goldman Sachs “10,000 Small Businesses” initiative which supports small business growth and employment
10
May
Marketing has now entered the post-digital age. There’s no more separation between offline and online marketing or traditional and new media, and there’s no special breed of ‘tech-savvy’ consumers – all consumers are now constantly connected.
10
May
When setting up a new company, groups of co-founders often assume that dividing the equity evenly between them is the quickest and fairest thing to do. But, Professor Thomas Hellmann argues, they could be setting themselves up for poor performance and difficulties in attracting investment, to say nothing of simmering resentments down the line.
10
May
Dolika Banda, international banking and financial management expert, was the keynote speaker at the Oxford Business Forum Africa held in March 2016. Josie Powell talked to her about Africa’s destructive tendencies and potential, the gaps that leaders need to fill, and how it felt to go home to Zambia.

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