Produced and hosted by Stephen Willson, ‘The Middle’ features interviews with senior figures and middle managers working in public, private and charitable sectors. Giving current middle managers insight into their strategic thinking and stimulate discussions around ways to improve organisational performance.
Stephen Willson is an Associate Professor at Birmingham City University Business. With over 18 years management training experience and 11 years in business academia, Professor Willson successfully examines the management mindsets and strategies of these successful business leaders.
What advice does a Managing Director of Deutsche Bank have on managing teams and a changing industry? Stephen Willson explores all in Episode 10 of ‘The Middle’ Podcast.
How does the Chief Transformation Officer of the UK’s largest media planning agency approach middle management? Stephen Willson explores all in Episode 9 of ‘The Middle’ Podcast.
In Episode 8 of BCU’s podcast on middle management, Professor Stephen Willson talks to Carl Arntzen, Chief Executive at Worcester-Bosch. With changing customer needs and
In Episode 7 of ‘The Middle’ Podcast, the Vice-Chancellor of Birmingham City University discusses improving organisational efficiency.
Stephen Willson discusses middle management in the charity sector in the 6th episode of ‘The Middle’.
How would you go about developing a local office of a large company? Steve Allen shares all in the 5th episode of ‘The Middle’ Podcast.
How to manage in the face of budget cuts? David Thompson, Chief Constable of West Midlands Police Force discusses re-organising management in episode 4 of ‘The Middle’…
Managing rapid growth can be a challenge, Simon Longbottom, Chief Executive of the Stonegate Pub Company shares his experiences in our podcast…
What are the challenges that face a middle manager? Anna Slocombe, Careers Coach tells all in Episode 2 of ‘The Middle’ Podcast.
In Episode 1 of BCU’s podcast on middle management, Professor Stephen Willson talks to Mani Dhesi, Transformation Director at SDSmyhealthcare on improving performance across the