Said leadership course announced

first_imgThe Saïd Business School will design and deliver a ‘Major Projects Leadership Academy’ for the UK Cabinet Office, it was announced this week.A spokesperson said the new initiative is designed to “develop a cadre of world-class major project leaders within the Civil Service, who will direct major government projects of high complexity and cost.”The programme will commence in October 2012, and will consist of three, 5-day long residentual modules across a period of twelve months. It will draw upon Oxford University resources and the work of the BT Centre for Major Programme Management at the Saïd Business School, whose Director, Professor Bent Flyvbjerg, commented, “Over the past three years we have been developing at Oxford a global “gold standard” for how to manage major projects successfully. This is the standard we now bring to the British Civil Service.”last_img read more


first_imgA Mass of Christian Burial was held April 8 at Saints Peter & Paul Church, Hoboken, for Dorothy Brennan. She died at home in Mountainside on April 2. Born in Jersey City, Dorothy lived her early life in Hoboken and was a graduate of Sacred Heart Academy. An employee of the Moore-McCormick shipping company, she was an active volunteer during World War II. She married her husband, Owen, in 1952 and raised her family in North Bergen, retiring to Manchester in 1985. Owen predeceased Dorothy in December, 2016. Dorothy was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. An ardent Catholic, she was a member of the Rosary Societies of St. Joseph’s of the Palisades Church in West New York and St. John’s Parish in Manchester. Dorothy is survived by her daughter, Kathleen, and her husband Gerald Zukowski, her two sons, John and his wife, Katherine (Pokluda) and Thomas and his wife Nicole (Amato). Dorothy was exceptionally proud of and deeply loved by her grandchildren, Alexis, Sarah, and Keith Zukowski and Kyle, Kelly, and Jaclyn Brennan, and her great-grandson, Kaiden Brennan.Services arranged by the Failla-McKnight Memorial Home, Hoboken.last_img read more