- Tuesday 24 March 2020
- Julian Rawel, Director of MBA Programme, University of Edinburgh Business School
This session will now be held online and additional details will be added shortly. Registered participants will receive information on how to log in to the online session.
Do you want to know what it takes to get ahead in today's competitive world? Then join us online for a special evening to find out how our part-time Executive MBA can help you become the strategic and innovative leader that today's businesses need. There will also be an opportunity to hear from the Director of MBA Programmes, Julian Rawel.
Delivered by an internationally renowned faculty over two years, our triple-accredited programme combines advanced academic theory and practical application with one-to-one coaching in small but diverse classes. You can get a taste of the MBA programme in this specialist talk, 'Avoiding Corporate Collapse and Leading Turnarounds' from Julian Rawel, who will look at the internal and external causes of decline and what factors to consider when determining the feasibility of recovery.
Julian Rawel brings an almost unique blend of experience to the MBA programme. Initially an entrepreneur, Julian spent 16 years with UK tour operator Eurocamp, principally heading up the sales and marketing function, and was one of four directors to take the company through a £32m management buyout and £60m stock market flotation. He then moved into museum development, helping to set up Britain's biggest national museum development, the £42.5m Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, UK.
For the past 20 years Julian has developed an international portfolio of international business school faculty positions, managed programmes in the UK, Middle East, and Europe, as well as running a successful consultancy company. He is a trustee/director of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and, at Edinburgh, is working towards a PhD focusing on corporate trust.
Julian's career means he clearly understands the benefits of working towards an MBA, the challenges of joining a programme, and the pathways to MBA success.