Della Bradshaw, Business Education Editor at the Financial Times, has been managing the FT’s rankings for 18 years. I interviewed her about the rankings process on FIR on Higher Education episode 42. Among the topics we discuss:
- How a serious publication like the FT conduct rankings.
- What are some ethical guidelines that schools should follow.
- How should schools respond when rankings turn out unfavorable.
- How will rankings potentially evolve in the the years ahead.
About Della Bradshaw
Della Bradshaw is the FT’s Business Education Editor and is responsible for all of its business education coverage online, in the newspaper and in magazines. She established the business education section in 1995 and devised and launched the first FT business school rankings in 1999. Before this, she was the Technology Lead Writer for the FT. She has previously lived and taught in Italy, Turkey and Japan.