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The ongoing transformation of Malaysia Airlines was described by its Group Managing Director and CEO, Peter Bellew, at a popular event in Kuala Lumpur.
Mr Bellew spoke about his first ten months in office during the talk entitled ‘300th day in office - KPIs revisited, road ahead.’
He described his career in the aviation industry and the work he immediately began upon
assuming his current position, including improving staff morale.
Mr Bellew plans to make the Malaysia Airlines story the greatest airline transformation initiative in history.
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Alumni Voices: Dr Desirée Cox, stem cell and regenerative medicine expert, and artist (Pembroke, 1987)
Dr Cox talks about her time at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and her pioneering work in stem cell research.
Dr Desirée Cox describes her extraordinary journey from growing up in a tough urban area in the Bahamas to becoming a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford. She focuses on her medical studies at Oxford and her pioneering work to establish a regulatory framework for stem cell research in her home country.
The Naked Mathematician shares his love of Maths and how he's persuading teenagers to like it.
Dr Tom Crawford, also known as the Naked Mathematician, shares his love of Maths and describes how he is dispelling stereotypes to explain Maths to teenagers. He speaks about his new Naked Maths video series, in which he explores mathematical patterns in an entertaining and hands-on way, from the formation of ocean waves to hexagonal honeycombs.
Morland's new book, Metamorphosis, offers an intimate view of how, why and when we change.
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