‘Our research sought to prove that, just as the pleasure of drinking a fine wine can grow instead of dissipate, the enjoyment of food can increase with each bite, a phenomenon I term hedonic escalation.'

Cammy Crolic wins John A. Howard AMA Doctoral Dissertation Award

...of course, there are many reasons, including access to more markets, the ability to probably achieve some cost efficiencies through an even greater scale, and adding more mega brands to the portfolio...

Why did Kraft Heinz go after Unilever?

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Webinar: Women Leading Change

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Oxford Business Forum Africa 2017

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Participant perspectives: Oxford High Performance Leadership Programme
“It’s been 3 or 4 days so far in total and these are people that I could see having a meaningful connection with for a long time. They’re obviously peers as we go in, I like to think that I’ll leave with some friendships as well.” Russell Freyman, Head of Partnerships, Google, USA

Building high quality relationships and managing corrosive interactions - Participant Perspectives

Russell Freyman, Head of Publisher Partnerships, Consumer Information Services, Google, USA reflects on what drove him to attend the Oxford High Performance Leadership Programme

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Impact Investing World Forum 2017

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Fascinating footage of a presentation by scenarios planning pioneer Pierre Wack is now available to watch on our website, courtesy of the Oxford Futures Library.

Oxford Futures Library unveils rare footage of scenarios planning pioneer Pierre Wack

A delegation from Oxford Saïd including Dean Peter Tufano, alumni & students is currently attending the World Government Summit - القمة العالمية للحكومات in the United Arab Emirates.
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Binod Chaudhary: Making it Big

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An article written by Teppo Felin, Professor of Strategy has been listed in the most popular articles featured in MIT Sloan Management Review for 2016.

The 20 Most Popular MIT Sloan Management Review Articles of 2016

'Most talk of income inequality focuses on the problems of the very poor or the broader socioeconomic implications of rising inequality. What is less well-known is that income inequality makes us all less happy with our lives, even if we’re relatively well-off.'

Income Inequality Makes Whole Countries Less Happy

Avery Bang is a civil engineer, social entrepreneur and an MBA student at Oxford Saïd. She is the CEO of Bridges to Prosperity (B2P), a non-profit social enterprise that builds footbridges over unpassable rivers in developing countries.

Dream Big: MBA and social entrepreneur Avery Bang featured in IMAX documentary

Join us at the Impact Investing World Forum 2017, taking place 23-24 March in London. Organised by our alumnus Ahsan Zaman, The forum features speakers from the UN, Goldman Sachs, USAID, Big Society Capital, Thompson Reuters Foundation, Said Business School and many more. Current University students and alumni qualify for a preferential admission rate.

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Two Saïd Business School alumni, Daniel Drummer (MBA 2014) and Matt Watters (MBA 2012), have been listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 2017.

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Two MBA alumni listed in Forbes’ 30 Under 30