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27 March 2018
Robert Hartnett, Senior Teaching Fellow
... discontent? Perhaps, but the recent FT-ICSA Boardroom Bellwether Winter 2017 survey of FTSE 350 companies saw some early signs of improvement - at least economically.

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12 March 2018
Colin Garvie, Assistant Professor
<!-- x-tinymce/html -->Carillion plc is a British multinational facilities management and construction services company, employing around 43,000 people worldwide...

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26 February 2018
Louisa Osmond, Assistant Professor
In the UK KFC has run out of chicken. For a food outlet specialising in deep-fried poultry this is something of a disaster! It has recently changed suppliers and the...

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19 February 2018
Professor Steve Carter, Professor of Marketing
Ten years or so ago, academics were extolling the techniques of market segmentation and target marketing (not to mention the third leg of the triumvirate, '...

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14 February 2018
Professor Laura Galloway, Professor of Business & Enterprise
According to the UK government, people, not products are the key to scaling businesses. They refer to a report by Innovate UK last year in which personality...

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12 February 2018
Colin Garvie, Assistant Professor
In the first two blogs in this series, using the example of an entrepreneur's expenditure on building a prototype and applying for a patent, I discussed firstly...

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05 February 2018
Shai Davidov, Senior Teaching Fellow
Hint: it rhymes with “Aragon”, “Babylon” and even “Bourguignonne”. But there are others to point at as well… Lately, I hear...

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30 January 2018
Gerry Reilly, Senior Teaching Fellow
The happiest countries in the world are mainly in Northern Europe, with Denmark coming out top. The highest scores for happiness did not come from income alone, but...

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22 January 2018
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
One of my best bosses, ever, was Judith, a woman who over the years had made her way from departmental secretary to vice president within a major pharmaceutical...
 
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