The Cranfield alumni podcast channel brings you audio content covering a wide range of topics from Cranfield conferences, alumni, and our world-class faculty.
You'll find all our audio content below or you can visit the web pages to find out more and download the episodes - why not listen to them on your commute or daily walk. Plus you can make sure you never miss an episode by subscribing on your favourite podcast platform:
Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn + Alexa | Spotify
In each Alumni Matters three-episode miniseries you'll hear from Cranfield alumni from all disciplines and gain ideas and insight that can help you in your career, organisation, or personal development. Visit the web pages for show notes and additional resources.
- Patrick Dunne (MBA 1985) on boards and the coronavirus
- Margaret Sherer (MBA 2011) on entrepreneurship and digital marketing.
Alumni aviation portraits
Cranfield alumnus Maxime Debry (MSc Air Transport Management 2018) speaks openly to fellow Cranfield alumni about their career paths, decisions and ambitions. Alumni aviation portraits will inspire and inform you about potential career paths, plus you'll also get practical advice on how you can improve your career prospects in the aviation industry. Maxime and his guests also discuss the future shape of the aviation industry following the Coronavirus crisis.
Our alumni work in a wide range of industries, in many different countries, and they come from a variety of backgrounds. In Leadership on-the-go they share their experience and provide insight that can help you improve your leadership and management practice. You’ll be able to quickly pick up tips and hints that you can immediately apply in your own working practices.
Cranfield alumni conference 2018
The 2018 Cranfield alumni conference brought together Cranfield alumni to explore, discuss and unpick issues around the lack of women leaders, the multigenerational workforce, ethnicity on boards, engaging men as allies, and being a great employer for those with disabilities or those who are working carers.