Open University Business School MBA graduate Paul Mylrea has been named as a finalist in the MBA Student of the Year 2004 awards from the Association of MBAs.
The Open University Business School has announced that its new Dean is to be Prof James Fleck, currently head of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group at the University of Edinburgh Management School.
Studying with the Open University's law degree programme - the largest taught undergraduate law programme of its kind in Britain - has this year given another 240 law graduates the skills and knowledge necessary to increase their career opportunities.
The DTI's current initiatives designed to promote innovation in the UK is mirrored - in varying degrees - by governments in most other major economies. But, as a new title by Prof John Storey and Prof Graeme Salaman of the Open University Business School shows, these vast investments will have minimal impacts unless more is done to tackle the way in which managerial top teams interpret the challenge.
The Open University Business School has been granted accreditation by AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) - an achievement that puts the School in an elite group worldwide to be accredited by all three premier management education associations.
The opportunity to develop constructive thinking tools that can improve personal efficiency and effectiveness is being offered to managers and professionals across Edinburgh and Bristol.
The chance comes from the MBA Alumni Association of the Open University Business School.
The Open University has retained its top five ranking of UK universities in the latest national table for teaching quality.
The Sunday Times University Guide 2004's table of universities with the best marks for teaching places the OU at fifth place - ahead of Oxford and University College London - for the second successive year.
Some of the most pressing issues affecting businesses today will be put under the spotlight during a lecture event by one of the UK's leading academics in international strategy - Professor Susan Segal-Horn of the Open University Business School.
The event will be held in Dublin on Tuesday, September 28.
Thirty-five senior managers in Ethiopia are celebrating after successfully completing their Open University Business School MBA studies – an achievement that will help them to improve further the nation’s management capacity.
- Neil Coaten ...
More than half of all small business owners surveyed (52 per cent) consider the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) to be largely irrelevant, according to new research from the Small Enterprise Research Team at the Open University Business School. The research is sponsored by Lloyds TSB Business.
Click on the link, right, for a copy of the news release published by the research team.
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