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We host an extensive guest speaker programme featuring practitioners and academic experts, covering a rich spectrum of topics including finance, entrepreneurship, climate change, and corporate governance.

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Multi-swarm Particle Swarm Optimization

📅17th August 2018
14:00
📅 To be confirmed

👤Dr Ben Niu
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📅17th Aug 2018
14:00

Multi-swarm Particle Swarm Optimization

Dr Ben Niu - Shenzhen University, China
MSBE Group presents a research seminar from Dr Ben Niu on Multi-swarm Particle Swarm Optimization

📅29th Aug 2018
08:45

Scotland's Mid-Market Businesses Annual Conference: Delivering practical support for growth

Multiple Speakers - see conference programme
This conference focuses on the importance of Scotland's mid-market businesses to our future economic competitiveness. It discusses how practical support can be delivered and the obstacles which need to be overcome to support growth.

📅18th Sep 2018
18:00

The Entrepreneur’s Book: The crucial ‘why’ questions that determine entrepreneurial success

Neil Francis - Author and Entrepreneur - Pogo Studio (et al.)
Author and entrepreneur Neil Francis offers his exciting and unique perspective on the key to entrepreneurial success by answering the ‘Why' not the ‘How’ questions

📅27th Sep 2018
18:30

Cyber security and “principled spying”

Sir David Omand - Visiting Professor - King’s College, University of London; also former Director of GCHQ (et al.)
Sir David Omand, former head of GCHQ, will explore some of the key ethical and technical issues relating to data security we face today.

📅4th Oct 2018
08:30

Digital Leadership Masterclass

Dr Jim Hamill - Director - Future Digital Leaders
The changes brought about by the internet over the last twenty years are nothing compared to what is to come over the next few years. No industry, no organisation is immune from the threat of digital disruption and with labour markets being transformed by artificial intelligence and automation, no individual is immune. A new breed of senior executive is required to drive digital transformation - Digital Business Leaders. Is your organisation ready for digital change? Are you ready?

📅4th Oct 2018
18:00

Non-Executive (NXD) Directors Programme: Session 1 - The Audit Committee and Boardroom Dynamics

Jann Brown - Co Head of Business Development - SOCO International plc
This session will also cover many aspects of board dynamics. How do you manage a Board? How do you manage conflict round a Board? How can you influence as a NXD? How do you ensure you are asking the right questions at the right time? How do you manage the CEO? How can you develop skills to allow you to effectively respond to and challenge domineering senior executives?

📅25th Oct 2018
18:30

Challenges arising from the FCA’s new enforcement policy and its focus on individual accountability.

Peter A Bibby - Partner - Brown Rudnick LLP (et al.)
Learn more about the impact of the new FCA policy and focus on individual accountability in a lively session led by two international law firms.

📅6th Nov 2018
18:30

Generation Next - Managing Millenials

Pauline Schu - Professional Insights Manager - ACCA (et al.)
How well suited to the accounting (and any other) profession is the millennial generation and how should firms adapt to get the best out of them?

📅15th Nov 2018
08:30

Leading Strategic Change Masterclass

Professor John Amis - Chair in Strategic Management & Organisation - University of Edinburgh
This 2-day programme on leading strategic change is designed to equip leaders with the ability to understand when and why change is needed in business, and how to deliver it effectively and sustainably.

📅4th Jul 2019
08:30

35th European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium (EGOS)

The term ‘Enlightenment’ means to bring understanding, provide insight and impart wisdom. The European Enlightenment of the 18th century reflected these ideals, centring on reason as the primary source of authority and legitimacy – and advancing the values of liberty, fraternity and religious tolerance. Running counter to many of the traditions that had entrenched the authority of the monarchy and the Church, European Enlightenment thinking was profoundly unsettling and helped pave the way for the socio-political revolutions which emerged throughout the world in the 19th century.

📅9th Jul 2019
09:00

The 22nd Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congress

Enlightened Marketing in Challenging Times.

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