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Faculty Blog

10 October 2016
Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean
Are you reading this in Dubai, Malaysia or Japan? If so, I will be in all those places in the next few weeks and would love to meet students and alumni from EBS...

Faculty Blog

10 October 2016
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
I have been thinking about this a lot recently. It used to annoy me greatly when my father would go into a car showroom and ask for a new car: ‘What do you have?...

Faculty Blog

05 October 2016
Dr Barbara Jamieson, Senior Teaching Fellow
It’s official: pack sizes are shrinking! According to the Bank of England, food retailers in the UK are making pack sizes smaller and using cheaper ingredients...

Faculty Blog

03 October 2016
Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean
How should you approach getting a pay rise? This was the subject of my session this week at the Women At the Top conference held in London by the Financial Times...

Faculty Blog

29 September 2016
Dr Richard Bunning, Teacher
The frequent, ongoing and high-profile cases of unethical behaviour in the world of business are of considerable concern to organisations and their stakeholders...

Faculty Blog

26 September 2016
Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean
I have been testing my ability to operate on very little sleep. Going up from London to Edinburgh last week I travelled on the overnight train, branded the Caledonian...

Faculty Blog

26 September 2016
Florence Kennedy Rolland, Lead Tutor
Today I met someone who said something about negotiation that struck me as misguided: ‘I must be a great negotiator because I always get what I want.’

Faculty Blog

16 September 2016
Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean
How often is something a ‘problem’ for you?Earlier this month, at a meeting of Heriot-Watt University’s leadership forum, we watched a short video of...

Faculty Blog

15 September 2016
Dr Stephen McLaughlin
Why choose to dedicate 3 to 5 years of your life to pursuing a doctoral degree? The effort in terms of commitment, funding and gaining access to organisations...
 
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