Second year International Business Management and French student, Muskan Gupta, applied for the Undergraduate of the Year Award run by Target Jobs and is now a finalist!
‘A crisis is an event which has low predictability and high uncertainty. It is a poorly defined problem and has a lack of clarity about impact and options. Therefore as leaders it is only natural when faced with this situation that we fall back onto the domain we are most competent at- be that in strategy, operations, or interpersonal skills.’
It’s time to reflect on the past year, and though it may not have been what we were expecting, there’s still some incredible achievements we are proud of in the School of Management.
For starters we’ve gained some excellent rankings, in the Complete University Guide (2022) we’re 10th for Marketing and 16th for Business and Management (up from 18th in 2021).
Here’s what else we’ve been up to this year…
The city of Bristol is a remarkable place to live and study. We’ve highlighted some of the key areas that we believe make studying in Bristol unique, especially for those with a keen interest in business and management or marketing subject areas.
The Future of Work has become one of the defining debates of our generation. Whilst the greening of our economies will create millions of jobs, many traditional forms of work will disappear. The digital economy fosters greater connectivity and access to technologies, but also has the potential to disrupt labour markets.
Operations and supply chain management has never been more important than today when global supply chains have been disrupted heavily by the Covid-19 pandemic. Mitigating the negative impacts and building a more sustainable, digitally-driven, and resilient supply chain is regarded as a common goal for many companies and leaders. (more…)