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30
Nov
Creating new roles and career paths to allow for flexible working and better work-life balance isn’t just ‘accommodating’ to staff demands but can help make businesses more innovative, according to research from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
29
Nov
Global challenges such as climate change, inequality, and rising populations will require us to look beyond the individual and the organisation to embrace ‘planetary purpose’, says Andrew White
29
Nov
Seth Rogin, President and CEO of Nucleus Marketing Solutions, talks about the importance and impact of high-quality news reporting, and the responsibilities of editors and marketers in the new digital age.
29
Nov
Forced labour and exploitation in the supply chain is widespread but conventional CSR practices are not enough to stop it, argues Steve New.
23
Nov
Spacebase, an online meeting room booking service co-founded by Oxford Saïd alumnus Julian Jost, has made over 200 spaces available in New York.
23
Nov
The Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first Autumn Statement today, 23 November 2016. Oxford Saïd academics discuss what his announcements may mean for the business world.
17
Nov
What can objects from other times and other places teach us about business here and now? Giovanna Vitelli and Mallica Kumbera Landrus from the Ashmolean Museum told an audience at Saïd Business School how they teach, learn and think with objects.
16
Nov
John Walugembe is a Ugandan social entrepreneur who enrolled at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford this year with a Scholarship from the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. He is the founder of Better-Livelihoods Uganda, a community based organisation that works to improve the livelihoods of poor and vulnerable people.
16
Nov
Has marketing lost its way? Have virtual reality and augmented reality got past the ‘gimmicky’ stage yet? How much human touch do we still need? These were some of the questions raised by Andrew Stephen in his inaugural lecture delivered in the presence of the Vice-Chancellor on 7 November 2016.

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