Comment & analysis
How sauerkraut is leading a food revolution
Shoppers have had it with supermarket science and instead are embracing more holistic styles of eating, explains James Cronin.
Sustainability through frugality?
Professor Minna Halme discusses frugal innovation and how large companies are now becoming interested in creating products aimed at lower-income consumers.
Brexit and Forecasting
In this blogpost, Professor Robert Fildes from the Centre for Forecasting offers his thoughts on the various forecasts offered by both the Remain and Leave campaigns.
‘Recycling is for drunks, addicts and babushkas’ – inside Russia’s mafia-dominated waste industry
Even leaving glass bottles out for collection carries a social stigma, explains Minna Halme.
We need to expose and challenge gendered appearance norms
After Nicola Thorp was sent home from a job as a receptionist for refusing to wear high heels, Valerie Stead discusses gender and dress codes in a piece for HR Magazine.View the article on the HR Magazine website
Is the sporting world putting money before fairness?
Making it into the world championships can depend more on rules than skill, claim Professor Mike Wright, Professor John M Norman from the University of Sheffield and Professor Graham Kendall from the University of Nottingham.
Brands should consider their history when looking for the next big innovation
Brands can find innovative ideas by looking to the past, argues Professor Alfredo De Massis.View the article on the Marketing Magazine website