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Faculty Blog

08 June 2015
Louisa Osmond, Teaching Fellow
Mobilegeddon is the rather dramatic name for Google’s latest search algorithm update, which occurred in April. The new update favours mobile optimised websites...

Faculty Blog

03 June 2015
Murray Steele, Senior Teaching Fellow
coins (Photo credit: Wikipedia) One of the accounting challenges that face businesses is the timing of the recognition of revenue – exactly when can revenue...

Faculty Blog

21 May 2015
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
There are times that even a hardened negotiator can be stopped in their tracks. No fight, no quibbles, no what ifs…. just “ok, I’ll take it&rdquo...

Faculty Blog

07 May 2015
Professor Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
Have you noticed how the UK General Election campaign has been all about headlines? It’s the ‘economy’, ‘immigration’, ‘equality...

Faculty Blog

15 April 2015
Dr Barbara Jamieson, Senior Teaching Fellow
With the UK in the grip of election fever, there is much discussion this week about differing methods of measuring voter intentions and why they give different results...

Faculty Blog

20 March 2015
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
However frustrating silence is in a negotiation, it is imperative to learn to enjoy the silence and let the other side respond to your proposal / statement in their...

Faculty Blog

10 March 2015
Ken Brown, MBA Programme Director
Bitcoin updateThe noise around bitcoin has quietened over the past year (see here for blog item last year). The price spiked up to about $1200 and in 2015 recently...

Faculty Blog

09 March 2015
Dr Barbara Jamieson, Senior Teaching Fellow
In recent years there has been much talk about a shift in power from brand owner to consumer. The time when brand owners thought themselves to be in full control...

Faculty Blog

25 February 2015
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
Game theory has been very much in the news the past few weeks in relation to the attempted renegotiation of Greece’s EU bailout deal, and its related austerity...