Leaving your desk job is never easy, but if taking a sabbatical to work with an NGO in a foreign country means you come back a fresher, stronger marketer, then nothing should hold you back from the experience, writes Sarah Walker.More
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Harnessing gazelles? Realising innovation through corporate venturing. By Dr Gary Dushnitsky, associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business School.
The course is intellectually challenging and focused on developing the critical thinking and creative and collaborative skills necessary for a successful career in marketing management.
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How I got here: tips from the top
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Carol Baubock, global brand and corporate marketing director, Bupa, believes that taking a deep breath can help you stabilise and refocus.
There is no substitute for going to see things for yourself, writes April Redmond, chief marketing officer at Kerry Foods.
Syl Saller, chief marketing officer at Diageo, gains vital perspective from her family's groundedness.
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