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Shopping mall
23
Jan
2018
As retailers cross their fingers and administrators circle over the final quarter sales results, Jonathan Reynolds looks at how shopping has changed over the past 20 years, and the trends we should watch for the future.
Oxford high street
23
Jan
2018
Jonathan Reynolds, Academic Director of the Oxford Institute of Retail Management, shares his assessment of Amazon Go, the new cashier free convenience store from Amazon.
Jim Harris presenting
22
Jan
2018
‘The business of looking at things not something we normally do with any rigour,’ said Jim Harris, Andrew W Mellon Foundation Teaching Curator in the Ashmolean Museum’s University Engagement Programme, and the speaker at the latest Saïd Business School Engaging with the Humanities event.
Tim Cullen
22
Jan
2018
The standoff between US president Donald Trump and DRPK leader Kim Jong-Un may have raised the threat of nuclear war to heights not seen since the Cuban missile crisis, but there are reasons for cautious optimism, writes Tim Cullen MBE.
Celebrating Oxford Said Impact Careers - Graphic Tile
19
Jan
2018
The Oxford Saïd Impact Careers Award has been awarded to two outstanding alumni that have been a force for positive social change in their careers.
Said Business School
17
Jan
2018
Qualitative interviews with 12 female CEOs and 139 male CEOs of global corporations reveal what enables some women to become CEOs.
People talking in office
17
Jan
2018
In his latest article for Harvard Business Review, Jonathan Trevor, Associate Professor of Management Practice, advises companies who are struggling with strategic alignment to adopt a management practice he terms ‘enterprise leadership.’
Armand D'Angour
12
Jan
2018
Classics scholar and classical musician Armand D’Angour explored the links between innovation, Ancient Greece, and music in his talk for Oxford Saïd’s Engaging with the Humanities series.
Partha Dasgupta and Aisha Dasgupta
12
Jan
2018
How many people can Earth support in comfort? This ‘beautiful’ question, which is the culmination of Sir Partha’s long-standing interest in the problems of population and resources, prompts many further questions and contradictions.
Oxford skyline
10
Jan
2018
Research finds that the associated reputational damage to banks that have been fined can amplify financial losses by up to 10 times

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