Minister delighted with WBS involvement

Archived Article • 15 November 2010 • Press release

The Warwick MBA Practice Of Management module is designed as a team consultancy project. Teams of full-time MBA students are charged with the responsibility and challenge of delivering and implementing a pro bono project that creates positive meaningful change, learning, innovation, and/or development inside an organisation.

One of the MBA teams this year is working with Age Concern Solihull on a project to identify new funding streams. Anthony Alexander, one of the team, met with Caroline Spelman, Secretary of State for the Environment at an event to launch the new organization under the name of Age UK.


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