Warwick MBA students Elena Dimova and Bradford Turner discuss the birth of The Sector UK, conceptualized, designed, and later rolled-out by a team of mid-career, MBA Students passionate to apply their business skills, theory, and experience to making an impact on society – to transforming a sector…..
There is a fascinating new book by great colleagues out fresh. It’s called Local Places, Global Processes: Histories of Environmental Change in Britain and Beyond.
Peter Coates (Editor); David Moon (Editor); Paul Warde (Editor)
First got to know this crew through the European Society for Environmental History conferences in Finland and Netherlands.
Warwick Business School gives the Sector some excellent support, for which we are grateful. It is a happy New Year for us across continents
An excellent article about Bradford and the Warwick Business School approach was published in the FT today (Jan 4, 2016).
Very interesting to see how the UK perspective comes through, but also how applicable that perspective is in other places such as Canada.
The cross-government Healthy Kids Strategy aims to improve children’s health and well-being through new and existing programs. It will help children to grow up healthy, happy and ready to succeed in life.
The Healthy Kids Strategy focuses on:
Helping parents learn what to do before pregnancy and during the early years for their children
Helping parents and their children make healthy food choices
Building healthy communities for kids to grow up in and get active
A short talk on the future of partnerships across sectors, delivered at the University of Waterloo, as part of a workshop on Infrastructure Problems and Solutions.
University of Waterloo, June 14-16, 2015
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