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Pegram Harrison


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Entrepreneurship

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Leadership

Pegram Harrison conducts research on the leadership and management of cultural institutions, especially museums, as well as teaching entrepreneurial leadership.  At the Saïd Business School, he is a key member of the Engaging with the Humanities programme of research, teaching, and outreach.  In the wider University, he helped to start the Oxford Cultural Heritage Programme, and other research programmes linking the region’s cultural institutions, development agencies, digital technology providers and tourism boards.

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Posted by: on February 24, 2016

Case Studies and Narrative

Case studies are an import element of almost every business school course and programme. They have been a key teaching method since the start of formal business education in the 1910s. Pioneered at Harvard Business School, they rapidly spread to more or less every other school, in almost every subject of the business curriculum, and […]

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Posted by: on February 24, 2016

Managing Cultural Organisations: a research conference

Few universities are older than Oxford, but the Università di Bologna is most certainly one of them.  Founded in 1088, it is the Alma Mater Studiorum, the nourishing mother of intellectual study, and the oldest continually operating university in the world.  Bolgona provided a very suitable location for a conference on Managing Cultural Organisations, being such an organisation itself and running one […]

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Posted by: on January 27, 2016

Why should business engage with the humanities?

“The business of business is business”—right? Well, maybe. But Milton Friedman’s glib comment needn’t be taken at face value. What does “business” mean? Can it not do more than just maximising shareholder value or pursuing profit? How much more, and more in what way, and what kind of more—those questions remain. But if you want […]

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Posted by: on January 20, 2016

Introduction

Saïd Business School aims to make the wider intellectual richness of Oxford available to its students and staff in various ways by engaging with ideas, activities, and scholarship from the humanities. The work of historians, philosophers, classicists, as well as the study of literature and artefacts from diverse cultures and traditions, can shed light on […]

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