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Saïd Business School welcomes interest from suitably qualified applicants in this year's British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, for awards to be taken up in September or October 2018.
The 95-page report was written by Andrew Baum, Visiting Professor of Management Practice at Oxford Saïd and real estate industry veteran, using data from PropTech venture capital firm PiLabs and interviews from over 50 real estate professionals.
The Amundi Smith Breeden Prize selects the top three papers in the The Journal of Finance each year, as chosen by the journals associate editors.
The challenge for all leaders is to widen their repertoire of leadership styles, and this is a challenge that women are particularly well equipped to rise to because they often already lead in a variety of circumstances – at home, in their community, and at work.
Expressions of Interest to apply for a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship via Saïd Business School
Saïd Business School welcomes interest from suitably qualified applicants in this year's British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, for awards to be taken up in September or October 2017.
A proposal for an Allianz Stadium marketing and brand strategy named “Dare to Dream”, has won a case competition at Oxford Said, with the winning students taking home a cash prize and the opportunity to watch a rugby match at a London stadium.
Professor Christopher McKenna, University Reader in Business Strategy and History, and the Academic Director of the Diploma in Strategy & Innovation at Oxford Saïd, and a Fellow of Brasenose College has been awarded the prestigious Harold F. Williamson Prize by the Business History Conference.
Reid Hoffman donates $1M and his expertise to support student entrepreneurs across Oxford
In a wide-ranging discussion with Andrew White, Associate Dean for Executive Education and Corporate Relations, Jung discussed the paradoxes of mixing profit with mission in the commercial sector, and the importance of ‘operationalising’ that paradox.
Oxford Saïd’s open enrolment programmes have today been ranked number one in the UK, and 9th in the world.
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.
Social philosopher Charles Handy delivers the inaugural Rosemary Stewart Memorial Lecture