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A tech entrepreneur who graduated from Lancaster University Management School has grown his cryptocurrency business to £840,000 turnover in its first year of trading after setting up with just £1,000 of savings.
More than 200 business leaders from across Lancashire came to Lancaster University to hear Andy Rubin, Chair of Pentland Brands Ltd talk about building brands in a VUCA world, on Wednesday 21st November.
While industry and policymakers agree on the importance of gender equality progress remains slow. Just as one example, the 1% take-up of shared parental leave has illustrated how rigid gender roles still are in the 21st century. Claire Leitch and Valerie Stead are talking with employers about the gender challenges they face and how to address them.
Different parts of organisations are operating at different speeds and in a mismatch of gears in terms of their ways of working, management styles and cultures. The result for many employers is a breakdown in employee engagement - something that’s increasingly being seen as a reason for the UK’s relatively low levels of productivity. Lesley Giles of The Work Foundation points to how organisations can shift back to a more propulsive mode.
Each year South East Asia faces waves of ‘monster’ typhoons, earthquakes and other natural disasters. The frontline disaster planning service for the ASEAN member nations is under constant pressure to anticipate and provide the best possible response to large-scale emergencies across the region. Juliana Sutanto explains how a new decision-support system will save more lives.
We like to think our decisions involve the mechanics of logic and hard evidence, all cogs and wheels. Truth is, the machinery is a mess, unreliable, easily disrupted by the lure of passing emotions, whether we acknowledge them or not. Eyal Winter explains why emotions aren’t a problem for decision making but a gift. For better decisions, we just need to appreciate how our minds work and learn to cultivate our use of emotions.
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