The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
27 September 2016
The breadwinner remains the most common depiction of dads in advertising. But Professor David Marshall says this should be brought up to date.Continue reading
We’re working with Scottish Enterprise, Ernst & Young and The Rubicon Partnership to give Scottish business leaders the skills they need to expand globally.
69% of young adults have financial goals. But new research from Professor Tina Harrison and Caroline Marchant finds most don’t have plans to reach them.
We need to call time on leaders who are unwilling to adapt to digital transformation, argues Dr Jim Hamill, Director of Future Digital Leadership.
Some of Scotland’s most innovative companies have lent their expertise to the Business School’s first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), ahead of its launch this September.
In the search to maximise shareholder value and make financial reports transparent, Professor Paolo Quattrone argues we’ve lost our love of numbers.
Edinburgh MBAs recently lent a hand to children’s Riverkids, sorting toys for disadvantaged young people and helping out at its HQ.
From finance to reality show audience votes, we understand the world through numbers. But Professor Paolo Quattrone says we must rediscover the value of words.
Two Business School graduates are hoping to set the Edinburgh fashion world alight when they launch their first collection of sustainable style this August.
Dr Ben Spigel argues Brexit could rob UK tech entrepreneurs of their most valuable resource. Talent.