Sheffield Management Lecture 2015 announced

15th April 2015

Martin Temple CBE, Chairman of EEF Ltd, the industry body for employers in the manufacturing and technology industries, will deliver the Sheffield Management Lecture 2015 at Sheffield Hallam University.

Martin Temple, who was last year awarded an honorary doctorate from the University, will present 20 key lessons from his experiences as a business leader. He will share his knowledge, expertise and anecdotes over his years in the industry. The lecture will be followed by an audience Q&A session, and a networking event with free refreshments. Professor Adrian Hopgood, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam, said: "Martin is an inspirational business figure, and a champion for manufacturing and enterprise in the region. "We look forward to welcoming Martin to the Sheffield Business School for his lecture. His career has been rich and varied, and we encourage anyone who wants to learn about how to succeed in industry to book their place." Martin is Chairman of the Design Council, which champions and encourages the use of great design to transform organisations, products, services and people's lives. Between 2007 and 2010 Martin led a Government review of the UK's major business support programmes, and last year he conducted the Government's Triennial Review of the Health and Safety Executive. The Sheffield Management Lecture 2015, Experiential lessons for business success with Martin Temple, takes place on Monday 18 May 2015. The lecture takes place in the Sheffield Business School's Stoddart Lecture Theatre, from 6.30pm. To book a free place at the lecture, visit www.shu.ac.uk/martintemple

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