Modern Languages Braduate, Penny Rossiter, blogs about her time at Bradford during her studies and how she continues to keep in touch as an alumna.
You dreamt, you planned, you believed, you worked, and you conquered. Congratulations on achieving this milestone! Now get ready for a whole new adventure. Along with the thousands of new…
MBA alumnus Peter Lunio blogs about his involvement with the Alumni Association Executive Committee and the benefits and satisfaction he has gained from giving back to the University.
Jonathan Bryant, BSc Environmental Science, blogs about a 25 year reunion of Braduates from the class of 1993 who visited the campus and city earlier this summer.
Academic, author, philosopher and yacht charter skipper, Derek Mazzone, reflects on a diverse intellectual journey that began in engineering and arrived at philosophy. A transformation fuelled by a desire to understand the world and the pursuit of value – the name of his most recent book.
Derek Way, BSc Business Studies 1984, blogs about his journey from a student at Emm Lane, (The Management Centre), to managing a world-leading electronics company, Able Systems.
Why do 63% of CRM initiatives in large companies (73% in SMEs) fail? In this Blog, Bijan Khosravani, MBA 2004, highlights the most common reasons for CRM project failures & explains why CRM should be treated much more than just a technology initiative.
Cynthia Varley, BA Social Studies 1994, blogs about her Bradford Journey and why she wishes to remain involved as a graduate having joined the Alumni Association Executive Committee in December 2016.
Getting a dream job is on everybody’s wish list but the thought itself is daunting. Big companies, huge competition, lots of applications and little response. So how do you make this happen? How do you get into their talent pool? Where do you start? Archana Shetty, MBA 2013, shares her tips on how to get ready to land your dream job.
I’m doing everything you want … so why don’t you like me? Well, I assume you want me to do this. And if I do this, you’ll start acting like that … that’s the hope,…