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Decision making tends to be seen as a process in which two separate and opposite mechanisms struggle with the other.
The severity and scale of disasters being handled means that the speed and quality of the response is crucial to the number of lives that can be saved - often the difference between hundreds and tens of thousands.
All organisations rely on their people for success. It’s a mind-numbingly obvious statement - but also an exceptionally complex one when it comes to making real changes to how people think, feel and engage with their actual day-to-day work.
Our research draws attention to three major workplace issues, the gender pay gap, the lack of women in the leadership pipeline, and the take-up of family-based policies - all of which are interwoven.
Wellbeing among police is essential to their performance - but until recently, it has not been given the attention it has deserved.
There’s an assumption that people who prioritise “things” are inherently selﬁsh, casting the rest of society aside.
The global ﬁnancial crisis at the end of the 2000s highlighted accounting practices that may have obscured the threats from future credit losses.
According to the internationally-recognised PISA evaluation of education systems, the UK continues to lag behind top performing countries. So what now?
The Eliemental project has shown how enterprise can transform the lives of the excluded, vulnerable and disadvantaged.
The UK's Industrial Strategy marks a turning point in the attitude of the government to its role in supporting the economy.
Consumers have always been at the end of a constant flow of products we use and dispose of. However, there is now a movement to a more "circular" business model.
Professor Steve Young looks at whether upbeat messaging by companies is backed up by actual attention and commitment to employees.
Looking at problem gambling as a serious public health issue, we need to know what harm it causes to the people who suffer from it.
There are still hefty barriers to equality in the UK that just aren't shifting. Is Shared Parental Leave a real lever for change?
Getting back to pre-recession levels of productivity in the UK economy demands a hard look at what's in the bank in terms of skills.
Would you be more likely to apply for a job if you were going to be called a "Stormtrooper" rather than a software engineer?
It's a paradox of modern times. The easier communication has become, the more quickly isolation and loneliness has spread.
Tripe is back and, in some circles at least, considered very cool. Though it's not really tripe anymore, it's a "variety meat".
Succession has been as much a crisis for family businesses as it has been for monarchies throughout history.
High-level research belongs just as much in the corridors of the workplace as it does in universities.
Psychologically, we're still cave people in a digital world.