Piloting innovation from a civic university in the UK
Professor Malcolm Press CBE, Vice-Chancellor of Manchester Metropolitan University joins the podcast this week. He shares insights into his commitment to his staff and students and the commitment Manchester Met has to its civic setting in a major city in the UK. He shares lessons from a 200 year history of an institution that is pioneering degree apprenticeships and design education among other things and illustrates the importance of authenticity and trusting teams in exercising effective leadership.
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