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Sagar Doshi


Degree:

MBA

Location:

United States

Industry:

Technology

Year:

2016-17

Happy to meet you! I’m particularly interested in future-focused technologies that have the potential to deeply change society through new markets and new products. That same interest previously brought me first to Google, where I worked on mobile partnership products, and later to the US Federal Communications Commission, where I helped craft modern public policy rules for the future of the Internet. I can usually be found in the science fiction section of my local bookstore. Email me with your favorite book recommendations!

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Posted by: on November 21, 2016

Cleaner Teeth

On the last rainy weekend in Oxford, I was indoors. So far indoors, in fact, that I was in a windowless room. But I had barely noticed. I was dashing about a lecture hall during the Emerge conference, snapping pictures madly. I picked my way through a packed room of attendees, huddled in small groups, […]

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Posted by: on November 11, 2016

Part 1: The Character of Dan Trudgen

“There’s a man on the roof of the building next door,” said the call from reception. “We think he wants to jump.” So began the story of a cold day in February, during which the Oxford community was reminded of the calibre of people working at the Saïd Business School. High up on that list […]

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Posted by: on October 25, 2016

The Space Agency in Your Backyard

I like thinking about the future. I like things that feel like they could come out of the pages of a science fiction novel. Some of you know this about me. Some of you even share this interest. If you do, then you know that there are few futuristic sectors more interesting to a scifi […]

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Posted by: on October 12, 2016

Student Spotlight #3

A Conversation with Naman Sanghvi and Pablo Oliveira It’s a beautiful Thursday in Oxford before MBA Launch begins. Naman, Pablo, and I grab cups of coffee, walk out onto a terrace at the Saïd Business School, and sit outside, enjoying the view. Sagar: Tell me your stories! Naman: I’m an engineer, and I’ve specialised in […]

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Posted by: on October 5, 2016

The Supply Chain Master in Your Kitchen

“What’s the difference between your operation and a restaurant?” I ask Steve. “So, in a restaurant, they’ve got the same menu for a month. And their dishes don’t change. Say, for example, you’ve got a chicken dish with tomato. They just continuously top up their preparation. They never waste it. They never throw it away… […]

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Posted by: on September 26, 2016

Meet Hayley, the Face of Oxford Saïd

What you immediately realise upon speaking to Hayley Simmons, Oxford Saïd’s Reception Supervisor, is that you are in the presence of an uncommonly decent human being. When I sat down with Hayley for an interview, the very first thing she told me was an astonishing tale of courage in crisis that highlighted one of her […]

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Posted by: on September 20, 2016

Saturday Afternoon at MAO

In the weekend before the beginning of school, I’ve found myself with a couple days of leisure. I can’t get my university card until next week, so I can’t go exploring the libraries and college grounds yet. I’ve got most of my household items set up, with others on their way. I don’t have any […]

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Posted by: on September 16, 2016

Student Spotlight #2

Welcome to Oxford! I’ve just arrived (like many of you), and it’s suddenly far easier to meet fellow students and find new guests for my student spotlights. Below are two more fellows for you to meet during our MBA Launch and afterward. Interested in being featured in a future spotlight? Email me at doshi.sd “at” […]

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Posted by: on September 12, 2016

Meet a Prof – Sally Maitlis

As before, here’s a short interview with another well-loved faculty member at Saïd Business School: Sally Maitlis, a Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Leadership. Professor Maitlis is well known for her work on sensemaking in organisations as well as crisis and trauma management in the workplace. She focuses especially on qualitative research in cultural and […]

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Posted by: on August 23, 2016

Meet a Prof – Andrew Stephen

. We have a few weeks left before school starts, and I thought it would be great to get familiar some of our professors ahead of time. This week, I had a lovely talk with Professor Andrew Stephen, the L’Oréal Professor of Marketing and the head of the marketing faculty at Oxford Saïd. You will […]

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