Peter Hanke

Innovation and Sonata Form

Why not go brainstorming with Beethoven and follow his footsteps into the concert hall by revisiting the process of compositional mastery? Everybody talks about innovation today and our organisations and society at large…

As a Leader how do I know what to do?

Leadership is an improvisational art. You may have an overarching vision, clear orientating values and even a strategic plan, but what you actually do from moment to moment cannot be scripted. At Said…

Reflections on recent music and leadership events

From a virtuoso choral motet by J.S. Bach to the string orchestra idiom by Edvard Grieg – the musician as a performing expert, deeply true to the aesthetic heritage, creates a special canvas…

Engaging with the Humanities: Some current thoughts from Saïd Business School

Leadership is rarely reducible to formulae, despite the prescriptions of all that airport literature. Introduction Many of the challenges facing organisations, such as what constitutes effective leadership, or the moral foundations of power,…

Learning through Metaphor

Weaving the humanities into business school learning for executives who have real problems to wrestle with can be very powerful, but it is hard to design certainty into the pedagogy; the designer can’t…

Why is Art interesting for Executive Education

Pushing people out of their comfort zones into a set of new opportunities and searching for a cross-disciplinary practice is a legitimate aim in any art and executive learning programme, and this is…

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