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08 January 2016
Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
I read an article the other day that speculated that one famous football star, as a result of the sacking of his manager, might be seeking a move. However, the move...

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22 December 2015
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
Attempts to identify and predict human behaviours based on physical traits have been made since at least the eighteenth century.

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15 December 2015
Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
I recently reported on a paper about corporate social responsibility that I saw presented at a conference in the USA. Well, at the same conference another paper caught...

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07 December 2015
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
Behavioural science has long been of interest to me, so I recently read a recommended book on the subject: Nudge by Thaler and Sunstein. It’s a good read but one...

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26 November 2015
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
Do you live in the country, have a young family, drive a Range Rover and own a big dog? If so, you might be what marketers like to call 'rural vogue'

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20 November 2015
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
The classic ‘nature v nurture’ argument in psychology has played itself out in leadership theory with the development of opposing viewpoints: trait theory...

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13 November 2015
Professor Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
At a recent conference I attended in the USA, a speaker told us about the four ‘must happens’ for success in the world in business over the next few years:...

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04 November 2015
Louisa Osmond, Teaching Fellow
At the end of October 2015, YouTube took on the likes of Netflix and Spotify by launching a subscription service in the US costing $9.99 per month. Avid YouTubers who...

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30 October 2015
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
Consider the following propositions regarding ethics in business. Could you find merit in each proposition? And would you have questions about the propositions?