The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
02 December 2016
With ambiguity one of the few constants in today’s complex world, Professor Paolo Quattone asks why our management decision making still focus on certainty.Continue reading
Edinburgh PhD student, James Turing has been awarded close to $5,000 by the Clinton Foundation to support his work to bring computing to off-grid Kenyan communities.
Five Business School students recently took part in a unique business clinic, on board a Virgin Trains East Coast service from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley.
Insurance and pensions industry leader, Angela Seymour Jackson joins us for this year’s Jubilee lecture. Listen again now.
In August Professor Chris Carter welcomed some of the UK’s leading politicians and journalists for four spirited debates on current affairs. Listen again now.
More than 130 new student representatives have been elected to join the School Council.
Get ready to #makeyourmark; your chance to make a big social impact with a new business idea.
After more than a decade’s service in the National Police, Edinburgh MBA Jose Eduardo Gonzalez, has unfinished business in his native Colombia.
The breadwinner remains the most common depiction of dads in advertising. But Professor David Marshall says this should be brought up to date.
We’re working with Scottish Enterprise, Ernst & Young and The Rubicon Partnership to give Scottish business leaders the skills they need to expand globally.