MAMLL alumni and staff celebrate 30 years
Published 25 July 2012
At the end of May, more than 65 alumni and staff came together for a special two-day event to mark 30 years of the pioneering MA in Management Learning and Leadership (MAMLL), one of Europe's leading programmes for management learning, leadership and training professionals.
Pictures taken at the event, showing some of the contributions by participants.
The two-day celebration provided an opportunity to explore the work of Management Learning and Leadership through the experiences of alumni and staff who had been involved with the MAMLL programme since its launch in 1982.
The theme chosen for the event was 'Art and Innovation in Management Learning Practice', and participants explored and discussed how theory and practice could be visualised and represented using different forms of media, including drama, music and art.
Participants were welcomed to the event by Professor Cary Cooper, who was the programme's first external examiner.
Professor Vivien Hodgson, MAMLL Director, said she was delighted with the event. "It was a great opportunity for participants to network, and to discuss various aspects of their practice. What was really positive was the range of creative work that alumni presented, and the way they talked about how MAMLL had influenced how they operate in their daily work."
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