Darren Cassidy - Leading digital transformation in a global brand built on paper and print
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
2w ago
Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast Episode 47 Darren Cassidy: Leading digital transformation in a global brand built on paper and print Summary Darren Cassidy has been with global print tech giant Xerox for 33 years – in 18 different roles. He’s now the company’s MD in GB and Ireland – and President of its operations in Western Europe. But in Episode 47 the Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast, Darren tells Visiting Honorary Professor Mike Sassi that he is as excited now as he was on the first day he walked through the door at Xerox. During 30 minutes of i ..read more
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Andy Bostock - Leadership and career development insights from KPMG
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
1M ago
Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast Andy Bostock - Leadership and career development insights from KMPG Episode 46 Summary Andy Bostock manages more than 1,000 staff as a senior partner with one of the world's Big Four audit companies KPMG. He also leads the annual audits of some of the biggest local councils and hospitals in the Midlands (of the UK). In discussion with Honorary Visiting Professor Mike Sassi, Andy reflects on three decades with KPMG - and on the need for better funding for local government and the NHS. He also highlights why local business people must talk u ..read more
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Leadership roundtable: The future of business education
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
1M ago
Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast Leadership roundtable: The future of business education Summary To mark the opening of Nottingham Business School’s new Postgraduate and Executive Education Centre, three experts come together to discuss the future of business education. They are, the President of the European Foundation for Management Development Professor Eric Cornuel, the Chief Executive of the Chartered Association of Business Schools Flora Hamilton, and the Dean of Nottingham Business School Professor Baback Yazdani. In a candid discussion hosted by Honorary Visiting ..read more
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Mary Storrie - Turning a tragedy into something positive
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
1M ago
Mary Storrie set up the Rosie May Foundation after her ten-year-old daughter was murdered at a Christmas party in December 2003. Since then – under Mary’s charismatic leadership – the Foundation has raised millions of pounds to educate children, empower women and help families lift themselves out of poverty, across the world. In this episode of the NBS Business Leaders’ podcast, CEO Mary tells Honorary Visiting Professor Mike Sassi about personal grief, pink taxis and the power of lifelong learning. NOTES Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast. Episode 44 Mary Storrie – Turning ..read more
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Charlotte Henshaw MBE – Learning from your failures
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
2M ago
Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast Charlotte Henshaw MBE – Learning from your failures Episode 42 Introduction Charlotte Henshaw was born and brought up in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. She was born with the condition bilateral tibial hypopplasia, which meant her lower legs were underdeveloped. When she was 18-months-old, her parents decided to have her legs amputated. Charlotte started swimming at the age of four and at the age of 16 she was picked to represent Britain. She was selected for her first Parlaympic games – in Bejing, China, in 2008 – when she was studying at th ..read more
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Rob Swann – From trainee to MD, leadership in an SME
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
3M ago
Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast Rob Swann – From trainee to MD, leadership in an SME Episode 41 Introduction Rob Swann joined SME Termate as an engineering apprentice in 1989, when he was 16. Termate manufactures electrical insulating products at its factory in Nottingham, for customers all over the world. Rob graduated from Nottingham Trent Polytechnic (now Nottingham Trent University) after studying engineering, business and finance. He is now an Alumni Fellow of Nottingham Business School. Rob lead a management buy-out of Termate in 2007. Company growth since then has ..read more
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José Luiz Rossi - Staying relevant in a rapidly changing world
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
3M ago
Nottingham Business School’s Business Leaders’ Podcast José Luiz Rossi: Staying relevant in a rapidly changing world Episode 40 Introduction José Luiz Rossi was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro in the 1960s and started his career as a mechanical engineer. He is currently MD of Experian in Britain and Ireland – and previously ran the company’s operations in Latin America. In 1986 he created a consultancy called Result Systems, in Brazil, that pioneered information systems based on microcomputer networks. The company was bought by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, where he subsequently became a partne ..read more
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Penny Briscoe OBE - Beyond the podium with the Chef de Mission of ParalympicsGB
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
4M ago
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders’ Podcast Penny Briscoe OBE – Paralympics GB team leader Episode 38 Introduction Penny Briscoe will lead Paralympics GB at this summer’s Paris 2024 games, as the team’s Chef de Mission. She was previously Chef de Mission at the Tokyo 2020 and Rio 2016 games, when the team finished second in the overall medals table. Early in her career, Penny represented GB as a canoeist. She then trained as secondary school teacher, before coaching the GB canoe team. She was appointed Director of Sport at the British Paralympic Association in 2002 – and has be ..read more
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Kathryn Wasteney - Leadership, fraud and the importance of being nosey
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
6M ago
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders Podcast Kathryn Wasteney - Leadership, fraud and the importance of being nosey| Episode 37 Introduction Fraud now accounts for 40 per cent of all crime in Britain, making forensic accountancy an increasingly important business. Forensic accountants have played a crucial role in exposing hundreds of financial frauds - including the Enron Scandal and Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme in America, plus the collapse of British Home Stores and demise of Patisserie Valerie in Britain. Kathryn Wasteney is a Director of the Forensic Investigations team at account ..read more
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Maggie Alphonsi MBE - Leadership insights from a World Cup winner
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders
by Nottingham Trent University
7M ago
Nottingham Business School Business Leaders Podcast Maggie Alphonsi MBE - Leadership insights from a World Cup winner | Episode 36 Introduction: Maggie Alphonsi MBE is the First Lady of English Women's Rugby and a pioneer and leader in the international game. She was World Rugby Personality of the Year in 2011 - then won the World Cup with England in 2014. Her tough tackling, all-action style made her popular with both fans and fellow team members. In 2016 Maggie made history by becoming the first woman player to be elected a member of the English Rugby Union's Council. Her ambition is to bec ..read more
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