The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
16 April 2018
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Technology is transforming society at an ever-increasing speed. Failure to react now, Dr Jim Hamill argues, could spell the end for organisations who can’t keep up.
Despite challenges from an ever-growing cast of video streaming services, the global film industry is booming. One Edinburgh alumnus is making a name for himself behind the scenes.
Professor Paolo Quattrone argues efforts to understand Carillon’s collapse are missing the point. Numbers should lie, he says. We just shouldn’t be so quick to trust them without questioning.
Budding startups Crover and Lilypads were crowned winners of this year’s E Club Pitching Competition.
A team of Business School students is hoping to make a splash and raise money for charity, with the launch of an umbrella featuring iconic Edinburgh designs.
More than two-thirds of change programmes fail so it’s important to know how to get it right. Leadership expert Eve Poole (MBA 1998) gives us her take.
Professor Kenneth Amaeshi argues a sustainable mindset is not only essential for survival, but can also drive innovation in organisations of all shapes and sizes.
Leading social innovators Mel Young of Homeless World Cup and Social Bite’s Alice Thompson will come together for the first time, to talk about new solutions for our changing world.
The gin industry is enjoying a renaissance. With the spirit more popular than it has ever been, one Edinburgh alumnus is taking on the big brands with his innovative approach.