A Celebration of 50 Years of Management Studies at Oxford
Friday 5 June 2015
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On Friday 5 June 2015, Green Templeton College (GTC) and the Saïd Business School (SBS) marked the special anniversary of 50 years of Management Studies at Oxford, with a series series of talks with eminent leaders and Oxford academics.
The events included:
Stimulus Conference with four interactive sessions:
- Emerging Markets: Challenges and Opportunities
- Management for Healthcare and Human Welfare
- Professional and Leadership Development
- New Models and Mindsets for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship.
Annual Barclay Lecture:
Management - Challenges and Responsibilities in a Changing World
Presented by Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, and featuring discussion with a panel of experts including Saïd Business School Dean Peter Tufano.
The Celebration Committee would like to give special thanks to the Templeton Education Charitable Trust and GTC Barclay Fellow, Stephen Barclay, for providing funding for the Stimulus Conference and the Annual Barclay Lecture, which were both free to attend.
The celebrations were overseen and organised by the Oxford Centre for Management Studies @ 50 Celebration Committee. The members were:
Jonathan Reynolds (co-chair)
GTC Fellow and Academic Director Oxford Institute of Retail Management, Saïd Business School
Andrew White (co-chair)
GTC Fellow and Associate Dean for Executive Education, Saïd Business School
GTC Barclay Fellow
GTC Emeritus Fellow
GTC Fellow and Rhodes Trust Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Saïd Business School
GTC Honorary Fellow
GTC Fellow and Professor of Management Studies, Saïd Business School
GTC Emeritus Fellow and Associate Fellow, Saïd Business School
GTC Research Fellow and Associate Professorin Management and Organisational Studies, Saïd Business School
You can view the full 2015 Barclay lecture above
Visit our OCMS Flickr Gallery for images of the 5 June event