Managing People, Money and ‘Corporate’ Culture: Watch the Bynum Tudor Lecture film27 November 2018
On Wednesday 14 November 2018 Kellogg Bynum Tudor Fellow Dr Ralph Walter, delivered the Bynum Tudor Lecture entitled, Managing People, Money and ‘Corporate’ Culture.
Watch the lecture, filmed in the College Hub, to hear Dr Walter’s insights and experience of the corporate world.
About the Bynum Tudor Fellowship
The Bynum Tudor Fellowship is named after the late Bynum Tudor, a great friend of the College. It aims to establish new approaches to sharing, integrating and developing professional and academic knowledge. The Fellows are dynamic and innovative thinkers from the worlds of politics, education, business, and the professions, who as members of the College are able to influence the extent and quality of Oxford’s involvement in the world of professional learning. The first Fellow was appointed in 2004. Previous holders include Nobel Prize Winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu; UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka; film producer Lord David Puttnam; Chairman of L’Oréal UK and Ireland, Lady Sylvia Jay; Chairman of Motorola, Sir David Brown; and, most recently, Dr Marcy McCall MacBain, Director of the McCall MacBain Foundation.