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Charles Haddad
17
May
2018
It must have been the first time that a Distinguished Speaker Seminar concluded with members of the audience standing around the lecture theatre sniffing at strips of cardboard. In fact, they were so absorbed in this activity that host Professor Andrew Stephen had a hard time herding everyone into the atrium for drinks.
West wing
14
May
2018
The FT has ranked Oxford Saïd number 2 worldwide for our open enrolment programmes and at 9 globally for the combined open and custom ranking.
Network of Experts
14
May
2018
Six new entrepreneurs and business leaders join the Entrepreneurship Centre's Network of Experts
Sue Dopson receives award.
04
May
2018
The prize is organised and awarded by the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants, a modern livery company, and it commemorates the life and work of the distinguished management consultant, writer and educator Colonel Lyndall Fownes Urwick.
Image of team Daughters accepting their prize
04
May
2018
On Wednesday, 25th April eight teams from across the University of Oxford presented their research on social and environmental issues as part of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship’s 2018 Map the System Competition semi-final. Four teams went through to the final round to present their learnings to a panel of judges and a live audience.
Baroness Shriti Vadera
03
May
2018
From our celebration of International Women's Day to the launch of the new talent development programme Inspiring Women, women at Oxford Saïd are beating a path to progress
Glass building
03
May
2018
Professor Tim Morris, Saïd Business School, and Professor Karthik Ramanna, Blavatnik School of Government, discuss how to solve the deep-rooted problems in corporate audit.
Dr Vivienne Cox
03
May
2018
Vivienne Cox, a member of Oxford Saïd’s Global Leadership Council, talks leadership, purpose, and legacy with Caroline Scotter Mainprize
Paul Polman
03
May
2018
Unilever CEO Paul Polman has become the poster child for ‘purposeful leadership’, known for respecting not only profits but people and planet. Indeed, Dean Peter Tufano revealed that this year’s MBA class expressed their aspiration for Oxford Saïd by declaring that it should be ‘the Unilever of business schools.’
Group of MBAs
27
Apr
2018
Each year, MBA students at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford organise treks across the globe with support from the careers team.

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