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Robert Kapito and Dean Tufano in conversation
29
Nov
2017
Apart from giving us an opportunity to see a photograph of the young Peter Tufano (instantly recognisable), 2 November’s Distinguished Speaker Seminar with BlackRock President and co-founder Robert Kapito contained a range of insights into subjects such as finding your passion and leadership.
Michael Bird
23
Nov
2017
In the second talk of the Art at Saïd Business School series, author and art historian Michael Bird introduced the work of a succession of artists who were associated with St Ives in Cornwall – bringing, as he said, ‘a little ocean sound and vision’ into a lecture theatre in the city that is about as far as you can get from the sea in England.
Annoushka Ducas
23
Nov
2017
In the first event of Oxford Saïd’s new Inspiring Women series, jewellery designer and entrepreneur Annoushka Ducas spoke to Kathy Harvey, Associate Dean, MBA and Executive Degrees, about starting and selling a business, the importance of brand, and why you need a partner.
Value graphs on a computer
21
Nov
2017
As pressure mounts on Chancellor Philip Hammond to deliver a budget on 22 November that is simultaneously bold and safe, Oxford Saïd academics discuss their hopes and fears.
mobile phone
17
Nov
2017
New research reveals that social media advertising can be a highly effective channel for driving long-term brand impact and the most successful brands will be the ones who appear most ‘human’.
Srin in front of scenic view
17
Nov
2017
‘This marks the start of an exciting and historic new chapter in our mission to make travel accessible for disabled people around the world,’ said co-founder Srin Madipalli.
Picture of Oxford Saïd Business School building
15
Nov
2017
A new programme has been launched to prepare senior leaders across Further Education who are aspiring to become a Principal or CEO within the next two years.
The Business Research Hub
15
Nov
2017
The Hub will act as a central office for three of the School’s programmes that focus on corporate purpose: Mutuality in Business, the Ford Foundation Programme on Corporate Ownership and Purpose and the Oxford/EY programme on Changing Conceptions of Corporate Purpose.
Tony receives award
15
Nov
2017
The WCIB prize is awarded annually to the student who produces the best piece of extended written work related to finance, as judged by Oxford Saïd.
lock
15
Nov
2017
As blockchain technology promises to radically overhaul the nature of business, changing the job landscape and disrupting across industries, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford is launching a new digital blockchain strategy short course to prepare executives.

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