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Faculty Blog

31 May 2017
Neil Kay, Professorial Fellow
The Financial Times had an astonishing story Friday 26th May. The World Bank's Chief Economist Paul Romer had been stripped of his line authority and management...

Faculty Blog

29 May 2017
Ken Brown, MBA Programme Director
Remember bitcoin? The online currency that burst into people's consciousness a few years ago and then kind of drifted off to the margins, not really being of much...

Faculty Blog

24 May 2017
Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
'We seek it here, we seek it there, we seek that feedback everywhere' (with apologies to The Kinks!). Having just returned from overseas MBA teaching, and...

Faculty Blog

18 May 2017
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
There is remarkably little research on how age affects leaders. Therefore, a recent study provides a most interesting look at how and why leadership behaviours might...

Faculty Blog

10 May 2017
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
I enjoy eating avocados; they are high in good fats and supposedly great for my health. I noticed recently, however, that the price of avocados in my local supermarket...

Faculty Blog

03 May 2017
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
Ploys are used by negotiators all over the world to manipulate the outcome of a deal in their favour. Ploys can come at any stage of the negotiation and we often don...
 
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