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James Green


Degree:

Diploma in Organisational Leadership

Location:

South Korea

Industry:

Construction

Year:

2017

A gipsy with a laptop, is often used to describe people like me. I have a degree in Engineering, and work in the construction industry, starting as a design engineer buildings in Australia and currently a multi discipline procurement manager in South Korea, I have ended up there via project management, water, oil & gas, mining, civil infrastructure, Scotland and the USA.

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Posted by: on June 20, 2017

Module 2 and an EXAM!!!!

The residential week for Module 2 was a scary prospect. The first thing that we had to do was an exam on the Wednesday morning (the exam was on Module 1), then it would be into the lectures for Module 2. This would be my first formal university exam for over 20 years. Between the […]

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Posted by: on June 15, 2017

Random Encounters

One of the rewarding things about doing the course in Oxford, is the people that I am meeting and the experiences that we share.  There is an incredibly great richness to the experiences and knowledge of the members of the cohort. Just prior to leaving Korea I received a message from a member of the cohort […]

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Posted by: on April 12, 2017

Oxford: the land of Pixies, Elves, Harry Potter and a Korean Restaurant

So I was off to Oxford for my first contact week, the lectures run from first thing Wednesday morning until mid-afternoon on Saturday. To make the best of my time I flew from Seoul to the UK on the preceding Saturday so that I could spend a couple of days at my Uncle and Aunt’s […]

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Posted by: on April 5, 2017

The First Steps

After I volunteered to write a blog about my experiences at the Saïd Business School, I thought “what the hell have you done”, which unsurprisingly was exactly the same thought that I had when I completed the enrolment process for the Diploma in Organisational Leadership. I intend to write a series of blog posts tracking […]

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