2014 University Guide Highest Riser
We are both pleased and proud to announce that the University of Northampton has risen significantly in the 2014 Complete University Guide. Having jumped from 101st place, we now sit at number 62, making us the highest-rising university in the country and highest riser of any university in the last five years.
Read more at the Complete University Guide
UK Sage Cloud Experts
Paradise Computing has contracted the Centre for Citizenship, Enterprise, and Governance at the University of Northampton Business School to provide marketing management to support growth in the business, capitalising on recent significant investment at the firm. The company is the #1 Sage 200 private hosted cloud solution vendor in the UK and has been in business since 1987.
The Centre for Citizenship, Enterprise and Governance (CCEG) is an outward facing research and enterprise centre at the University of Northampton’s Business School and features leading international academics and entrepreneurs, working closely with a thriving student engagement programme. Together they deliver consultancy across specialised sectors but with a clear mandate to deliver best practice internationally.
Paradise Computing’s Managing Director Jonathan Berg says, “We are delighted to be working with the Centre, and consider this as a long term partnership to enhance both of our capabilities.”
Work commences early in May, and is expected to continue as a strategic partnership beyond the scope of the initial contract, leading to academic case studies, graduate opportunities, and further fuelling economic sustainability in the county through business success and growth at Paradise Computing.
Event: Partnerships Build Success (Watch Here)
Watch the Lecture by Mark Mulcahey
With a big thank you to Mark Mulcahey for a successful and informative lecture, we have the pleasure of providing a full recording of the lecture with live lecture slides. Watch HERE.
You can even download the lecture by clicking HERE.
Date: 25th April
Location: University of Northampton.
Time: Starts at 6pm and ends by 8pm.
In a world of increasing connectivity and change effective Partnerships are the key component of building a successful business. Companies that prosper fixate on doing only what they are excellent at - allowing others to deliver everything else. Building successful partnerships is a mix of diplomacy and negotiation made more complex by cultural and commercial differences. How do you ensure effective product, project and business delivery in a world of partnership and cultural challenge? How can you maximise the chance of success through effective partnerships?
Over the last twenty years Mark Mulcahey has developed and nurtured many complex partnerships for companies as diverse as Walt Disney and Samsung in markets from the US to China to India and Japan. Mark will draw on this experience to try to provide some guidance and answers. Building on his previous lecture on the 22nd October Mark will talk about the critical importance of new forms of social communication in delivering effective partnerships.