The failures of the Coop provide insights into common management problems in not for profit institutions – including Oxford University.
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21 November 2006, Financial Times
Failed business people who blame the banks rather than themselves identify themselves as people whose future ventures should not be supported.
08 March 2005, Financial Times
Among European universities, Oxford has the best of reputation. Yet, as the gap between the best European insitutions for higher education widens in relation to top American universities, it is worth asking whether Oxford is, under the current system of management, capable of reform.
29 January 2003, Financial Times
Tony Blair has shown decisive leadership qualities in putting forward necessary but unpopular proposals to restore universities’ freedom to set fees. It needs to be matched by similar qualities of leadership in the universities themselves.
21 November 2002, Financial Times
The biggest universities in the world are clearly not the best. So why do some British universities think that mergers will make them world class?
10 October 2002, Financial Times
The gap between American universities and the rest of the world is widening. The week in which the Nobel Prizes are awarded is an opportune time to ask why.
02 October 2002, Other
John recalls his thinking during the extraordinary years of the ‘new economy’.
21 November 2001, Times Higher Education Supplement
29 September 2001, Other
Books that John has reviewed in the past…
29 January 2001, Prospect
John Kay responds to some of the criticisms that resulted from his recent article in Prospect Magazine.
14 January 2011, Scottish Affairs
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