At The Sharp End with Tim Vorley (with Q&A)
Tim Vorley, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean of Oxford Brookes Business School talks about the challenges of bringing the business school back to a post COVID world, his early successes in leading the Business School and the challenges that lie ahead.
Tim’s research is on entrepreneurship, enterprise and regional economic development. He works extensively with government departments and Innovate UK, and has been involved in a number of projects examining the impact of Covid-19 on small and micro businesses and levelling up. He has also recently been working with law and accountancy firms to on the adoption of AI Readiness. Tim is the Vice-Chair of the Small Business Charter, created by Lord Young, which is leading the delivery of the Help to Grow Management programme through business schools across the UK.
This podcast contains the interview with Tim plus Q&A with B4 Members.
Click here to listen to the version without the Q&A.
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