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Business School Events

Business School events

The Business School presents a stimulating and diverse programme of events all year round, we look forward to welcoming you.

Upcoming events

Go York Business Logo SmallThursday 10 September 2015 | 17.30 -20.00

York St John University

SUMMER BBQ CELEBRATION & JAZZ:A CREATIVE APPROACH FOR BUSINESS & EDUCATION

Jazz Session

Associate Dean Noel Dennis (YSJU) & Pete Churchill (Royal Academy of Music)

This workshop that adopts an exciting and innovative approach to creativity – using live jazz, led by International jazz star, Pete Churchill and jazz trumpeter and business educator, Noel Dennis.

We explore the dynamics of jazz improvisation and present its relevance to organizations. Through music, we demonstrate and use the key characteristics of creative action to outline methods to develop improvisation and creativity within a business.

The principles of jazz – with high levels of creativity, flexibility and innovation – can be applied to many disciplines, including: strategic leadership, marketing and education.

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Tuesday 1st- 3rd September |

International Conference Universities Developing Social Entrepreneurship through Cross-sector CollaborationSocial economy project logo

As part of the York St John-led Erasmus Mundus social economy in higher education project, the conference aims to address the following question: ‘How can higher education foster interactions between the current economic systems (public, private and social) to promote social entrepreneurship cultures for sustainable development in our communities?’

Now more than ever cross-sector collaboration is essential, because the challenges faced by society can only be tackled successfully if value-building capabilities, resources, effort and knowledge are linked or shared by organisations. Cross-sector collaboration is at the heart of social entrepreneurship cultures which are nurtured by the quality of their relationships. Collaborations need to be based on the values embodied by social entrepreneurship, such as mutual respect, reciprocity, solidarity, common good and respect for the environment.

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If you would like to receive information about the Business School events programme please email business.school@yorksj.ac.uk 


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Business School Research events

LIdIA Research Unit
A combination of events organised by both the LIdIA Research Unit and the YSJ Linguistics Society.

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