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Sports management: Coaching the coaches

Sport is big business. Do you know how to apply the latest business ideas into your sports management courses?

For over thirty years I have been working with colleagues at Manchester Business School introducing experiential learning ideas into business courses. 393 more words

The Manchester Method: A Leaders We Deserve Monograph

by Conor Glean

In April 2015, Leaders We Deserve announced the publication of a series of monographs selected from materials published in over a thousand posts over the period 2006-2015… 117 more words

Vital Topics: Alex Poots, founding director of MIF in conversation with Peter Saville

The Business of Culture
Cities are increasingly investing in their cultural events and assets to strengthen evolve their international reputation image and desirability to potential and existing investors, visitors and residents.   102 more words


Sir Terry Pratchett and Sir Douglas Hague: two gentle knights depart

On Wednesday March 12th 2015 I learned of the deaths of Sir Terry Pratchett and shortly afterwards of Sir Douglas Hague. I like to think this coincidence would appeal to their shared sense of humour. 522 more words

Dissecting Creativity: Interview with Tudor Rickards

Professor Gerard Puccio interviews LWD editor Tudor Rickards for the 2014 Alex Osborn memorial event at Buffalo State University

Gerard Puccio is chair and Professor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity at Buffalo State University. 112 more words

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Concepts and Pragmatism: Applying original thinking in a Manchester Method way

Vikram Madineni

Applying theory to find practical solutions in professions like engineering is well-known.  The Manchester Method approach in the field of management comes from  applying the learning in one’s professional life and, leveraging trust and current experiences. 1,072 more words

"What did you do after your MBA?"

MBA Paul Hinks interviewed by LWD editor Tudor Rickards

LWD Editor Tudor Rickards catches up with MBA graduate Paul Hinks and asks about personal development gains since his costly investment… 1,763 more words