Graeme craig

11 May 2015

Cass MBA London Symposium kicked off its four-day run today at the business school on Bunhill Row.

Professor Marianne Lewis appointed as new Dean of Cass Business School


A book calling on the reinsurance industry to mobilise itself has been launched Lloyds of London.

 

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May

Cass Academic's Work Welcomed in India

A book supporting popular Indian Government initiative, Make in India has received a warm welcome in the country.

Cass Alumni Rising Star

Cass alumni James Newell has been named as one of Charity Finance magazine’s 25 under 35 rising stars in Charity Advisory .

Communicating Across Cultures

Cass Professor of Human Resource Management, Chris Rowley, has been getting to grips with the “ostrich problem” in dealing with almost 100 contributors to his books.

MBA Student’s £5,000 Course Boost

Cass MBA student Ainsley Kowal has taken home a cheque for £5,000 and a year’s membership to the Executives' Association of Great Britain (EAGB).

Symposium Day Four: Disruptive Innovation

The final day of the Cass MBA London Symposium continued at the Museum of London.

Symposium Day Three: Leading Change

The Cass MBA London Symposium continued today at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden.

Symposium Day Two: Getting Creative

The Cass MBA London Symposium continued today at the British Museum in Bloomsbury, with a creative focus.

New Dean appointed at Cass Business School

Professor Marianne Lewis appointed as new Dean of Cass Business School

Cass MBA London Symposium Off to a Flying Start

Cass MBA London Symposium kicked off its four-day run today at the business school on Bunhill Row.


April

Footing the Bill for Acts of God

A book calling on the reinsurance industry to mobilise itself has been launched Lloyds of London.


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