Grappling with a broad range of topics – the implications of the Bitcoin Frenzy and the FinTech Revolution, what AI and the Gig Economy will mean for the future of work, and how accounting might save the planet – this season asks tough questions in a year of rapidly changing paradigms.
Future of Business podcast
The Oxford Future of Business podcast invites you to step inside the walls of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, and participate in the dynamic conversations that are helping shape the world of business.
Brought to you by a team of MBA students, we round up some of the best of what Oxford has to offer. With insights from industry leaders to innovative entrepreneurs, foremost academics to hallway conversations between an incredible and diverse MBA cohort – our episodes tackle world-scale problems with an eye on future opportunities. Be it the future of finance or the future of our planet, we bring listeners to the cutting edge of a fast-paced business environment.
We hope you enjoy listening.
An Australian, a Brit, and a Canadian Walk into a pub…
In classic Oxford style, the Future of Business podcast was born out of a pub conversation at the launch of the 2017-2018 MBA programme. Marveling at the quality of conversations and breadth of topics they had engaged within just the first few days, three students began to ponder how they might distill the essence of these experiences into a format that could be shared beyond the walls of the business school. Bringing a few more members onto the team, they leveraged the entrepreneurship project opportunity to bring the idea to life and released season one in the spring of 2018.
They then passed the baton to a new group of MBA students, who are carrying the podcast forward with new stories and insights.
This season of the podcast offers insights from executives, thought leaders, academics, and students, about some of the most pressing issues facing the global business community. Topics include digital disruption in the banking industry, evolving models for business education, and increasing global energy access.