Press Activity Database
This database outlines the press activity Cranfield has had since January 2003. It is made up of press cuttings from newspapers, trade press, journals and internet sites as well as TV and radio coverage we are aware off. The database also contains School of Management cuttings since January 2005.
Due to copyright restrictions we are unable to reproduce the whole cutting but hopefully this database will give you an idea of the coverage Cranfield University receives across the world.
If you would like to read the cutting in full, please contact the Press Office where the actual cuttings are held.
The database allows you to search for coverage by date, school, coverage or medium.
The statistics page is a great way of seeing how much coverage Cranfield has had to date, or over the last month.
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|23/05/2013||Debate: Formula 1||E & T Magazine||Professor Mark Jenkins takes part in a debate on Formula 1: For - The relentless push for innovation in Formula 1 has a positive effect on the technology.|
|23/05/2013||Flexible working - the backlash||Financial Times||Significant employer reluctance to home working was highlighted by a two-year research project by Cranfield School of |Management and Working Families, a work-life balance campaigning organisation. Their ‘Flexible Working and Performance’ report analysed 3,600 responses and found flexible workers were less likely to be chosen for ‘crucial’ or urgent work’. Clare Kelliher, professor of work and organisation says there can sometimes be tensions between an organisation’s commitment to flexible working and the implementation. Businesses are having to adapt, taking account of client needs, as well as employee needs.|
|21/05/2013||Radio interview||BBC Radio 5 Live||Dr John Glen commented on the news that Manchester City Football Club has formed a partnership with baseball giants the New York Yankees to form a new Major League Soccer franchise. The new team will be named New York City Football Club (NYCFC) and expects to begin play in 2015.|
|19/05/2013||To get ahead, go abroad||The Sunday Times||As businesses increasingly look overseas for growth opportunities, they need leaders who have an international outlook. It may come as a surprise to many, therefore, that research suggests that 40% of chief financial officers (CFOs) in the FTSE 100 do not have international experience. Colin Hudson, director of career development said the number of finance directors with international experience may vary from sector to sector. “Some sectors are much more global than others,” he said. “Something like construction, for instance, would tend to be more local market based, whereas energy – oil and gas in particular – would be very much international, so international experience would be more of a premium.”|
|17/05/2013||Learning from the best||Retail Week||Smooth delivery options are front of mind for retailers because customer expectations are sky high. It is vital supply chains are as watertight as possible. Professor Richard Wilding is quoted.|
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