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The Bath MBA
Guest speakers from a wide range of organisations and leading academic institutions regularly participate in the delivery of MBA lectures. Our guests contextualize their experience and provide insight across a wide spectrum of business, management and society.
Such insight adds another dimension to the on-going dialogue and debate that support teaching on the Bath MBA.
Recent Guest speakers include:
- Lord Ian MacLaurin, Former Chairman, Tesco
- Richard Turner, Former Group Marketing Director, Rolls Royce Plc
- Peter Hawkins, Chairman Bath Consulting Group
- Jonathan Poole, Partner Thring, Townsend, Lee and Pembertons
- Charlie Mayfield, Chairman, John Lewis Partnership
- Neil Holloway, Vice President of Business Strategy, Microsoft
- John Tucker, Company Director/Entrepreneur and MBA alumnus, Hampton Consulting (Financial Services)
- Malcolm Lewis, BEiR, Strategic Value Partners (SVP)
- Gayna Hart, Managing Director of Quicksilva
- Carl Rigby - IBM (1984-92), CEO/Chairman, Portrait Software.
- Dave Richards BEiR, Non-Executive Director and Mentor to high technology start-ups.
- Margaret Heffernan, Entrepreneur in Residence BEiR
- Ian Nicoll - 35 years with BP in business functions, starting at Corporate level and thereafter in the Oil and Gas Exploration and Production business.
- Stephen Kelly, Micro Focus
- Jeremy Jackson, SVP Marketing, Intralinks
- Sandra Pickering, Marketing Consultant
- Brian Ashton, former Head Coach of the England national rugby union team.
- Colin Evans , Hay Group
- Derek Joseph, McGraw-Hill Companies
- Joy Harcup, Harcup Consulting
- Ron Collard, PricewaterhouseCoopers
- David Petrie, Finance Director, Green Sky Systems Ltd, (Formerly a director at PricewaterhouseCoopers)
- Graham Brant, Beyond Asia Capital
The School of Management’s Advisory Board comprises a number of individuals drawn from a range of backgrounds across both the public and private sectors. Members offer strategic advice on issues such as academic development and planning, graduate attributes, employability issues, fundraising and emerging technologies/business practices. The School’s Advisory Board is an important touch point at the interface between academe and external constituencies.