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MBA online lecture - How can we build better business?

Paul Caulfield

An opportunity to attend an online MBA session.

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Event details

This session will give an insight into how you will learn during your studies. It will consist of a mini-MBA lecture, an overview of the programme, and a chance to ask questions and meet potential class mates.

The Nottingham Business School MBA programmes are founded on the principles of reflective practice, practitioner engagement, responsible management as key elements in business leadership development.

This year is already shaping up to be a turbulent and bewildering year for responsible business leaders with a number of significant stakeholder issues in the news. The range of challenges a reflective practitioner faces is extensive: Governance and assurance structures have been questioned with the collapse of Carillon; Boundaries of what is responsible and moral behaviour has been stretched by revelations from Oxfam and the wider charity sector;  Past practices of harassment in the workplace have been thrown in the spotlight by high profile social media campaigns such as #MeToo;  Deep rooted inequalities in gender pay have been confronted at the BBC; Angry consumers, mobilised by #BoycottNRA have taken on FedEx and Amazon, adding considerable scrutiny to the associations held by businesses. This lecture explores the strategies that responsible business are adopting to build a better future.

Paul Caulfield is MBA Programmes Leader at Nottingham Business School. In his teaching he aims to develop better business leaders with the skills, knowledge and behaviours to create a more responsible, valuable and inclusive economy. Prior to joining academia, Paul has worked with a number of global companies and NGOs on strategic business development. His research and teaching interests include: Responsible leadership and strategies for Sustainable Business Growth. He is passionate about co-creating inclusive, experiential, and collaborative learning environments both online and in the classroom.

Why attend?

  • Experience what it is like to study with this mini MBA session
  • Find out more about how our MBA Programmes work and what you will learn
  • Ask any questions about the course and how you will benefit from your MBA
  • Meet potential classmates and interact in our virtual classroom

Available sessions

  • 31 May 2018, 08:45 to 09:45
  • 22 June 2018, 12:30 to 13:00

Reserve your place

You can register to attend one of these online sessions.

To fully participate in the session, you will need access to webcam, mic, and ideally be in a quiet location with no background noise.

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