'I personally think that the election profoundly speaks to the role of business in society in the coming years and decades'. Oxford Saïd's Dean Peter Tufano offers his thoughts on the US election result.
Sergio Ermotti, Group CEO of UBS, visited Oxford Saïd to deliver the latest in the Responsible Leadership Seminar series. He offered insights into leadership, the challenges of cultural change, and the banking sector’s obligations to society.
'When we’re trying to future proof our students for careers in marketing, it’s more about giving them problem-solving abilities', Andrew Stephen, L'Oréal Professor of Marketing at Oxford Saïd, told Marketing magazine.
#OxfordMBA alumnae Deborah Owhin and Meaghan Riley were part of the winning team in this year's Financial Times MBA Challenge. Teams were challenged to help STOP THE TRAFFIK to promote and build partnerships with corporate partners for its STOP app.
Oxford Saïd's Dean, Peter Tufano, was one of the guests at a White House Convening on Inclusive Business Practices and Long-Termism. He shared Oxford Saïd's latest research in this area, a study entitled 'In Pursuit of Inclusive Capitalism'.
'We want to support Chinese students at the University of Oxford to learn, develop and apply their studies to make positive contributions to humanity,’ said Dr Jasper Jia Liang Jiao, Chairman of IDEALITY Group.
Professor Sadie Creese, Director of Oxford’s Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC), said that she hopes the project will 'complement and further the work we are doing in Oxford and across the world'.