The latest news and insights from the University of Edinburgh Business School.
17 July 2017
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Nine lecturers named School award winners for 2017, in recognition of their commitment to excellent teaching and learning.
With all eyes on Brexit negotiations, Honorary Professor Guy Jubb reflects on another other challenge facing the UK’s boardrooms – reforming corporate governance.
Professor John Amis shares his take on the common pitfalls to avoid when leading change.
Organisational Change and Development Consultant, Peter Ainley-Walker, argues failure to think deeply about how organisations are put together is a huge missed opportunity.
Two School alumni shared the top prize in the Enterprise category, while a PhD-led social enterprise was named Social and Environmental award winner.
A team of Business School students who raised more than £5,000, with an adult colouring book of iconic Edinburgh locations, have been named ‘most innovative’ by charity, Children 1st.
James Turing, Edinburgh PhD and great nephew of celebrated mathematician, Alan Turing, reflects on his work to bring computers to communities in sub-saharan Africa.
Renowned Chinese Economist, Professor LI Yining, has been awarded an Honorary Professorship by University of Edinburgh Business School.
The first ‘Scottish Startup Survey’ points to a positive outlook, but finance is still the greatest concern for entrepreneurs.