2015 events archive

Culture and Organisational Change in the Police

Thursday 19 November 2015

Mark Khan, Chief Inspector - Criminal Justice Department, North Yorkshire Police.

On the Infantilization of Management Knowledge

Wednesday 11 November 2015

Management knowledge and the nursery

OBTT Guest Seminar - Angela Carradus

Wednesday 4 November 2015

'Working with the one that you love: Understanding the Copreneurial Experience using a Feminist Perspective'

Chartered Institute of Marketing Careers Event

Wednesday 21 October 2015

How to be hugely successful in marketing: a careers event for all marketers

Evolution of the Voice of the Customer

Thursday 14 May 2015

Jon will be discussing the new priorities for British businesses around how to drive customer loyalty and the shifting expectations of UK customers when consuming value brands.

Reducing emissions and fuel consumption in road freight transportation planning

Friday 8 May 2015

Professor Tolga Bektas (Southampton University Business School) will be discussing ways in which emissions and fuel consumption can be accounted for and reduced through operational planning for road freight transportation.

The Leaderful ‘Turn’: Realising a Leadership-as-Practice

Thursday 30 April 2015

Finding leadership in practice.

Diagnostics for the Bootstrap and Fast Double Bootstrap

Wednesday 22 April 2015

Professor Russell Davidson, a Senior Econometrician at McGill University, will be presenting his paper entitled 'Diagnostics for the Bootstrap and Fast Double Bootstrap.'

W(h)ither the Peasantry in the study of Business and Management?

Tuesday 10 March 2015

The ‘peasantry’ appear to be absent in Business and Management Studies where the focus is upon industrial and commercial life within metropolitan areas. The paper will ask how much the peasantry are part of 21st century socio-economic life and how much attention Business and Management should pay to their lives.

Publishing history in the field of organisation studies

Tuesday 3 March 2015

Professor Michael Rowlinson reviews the publishing history of organizational studies.

Is the creativity and innovation literature a stagnant fountain or sparkling pond?

Monday 23 February 2015

Dr Giles Hirst presents a road-map to help guide future future research and theory testing to equip researchers to investigate how an individual's interactions with their context influences creativity

Business Ethics

Thursday 12 February 2015

Alan Millard, Chief Operating officer at Hiscox will be talking about Business Ethics. Join us for this free Masterclass session.

Identity, Storytelling and the Philanthropic Journey

Tuesday 10 February 2015

Charles Harvey offers a theory of philanthropic identity narratives to develop our understanding of the involvement of wealthy entrepreneurs in socially transformative projects.

Securing commitment in inter-organisational collaboration for innovation: Governance and functioning of industry-university strategic partnerships

Tuesday 3 February 2015

Inter-organizational collaboration for innovation are widespread and play an ever more important role in driving innovation processes. The seminar will explore the commitment of participants to multi-year partnerships between industry and university focused on the discovery of new technology.

Good Capitalism: The Rowntree's employment practices and the implications for delivering high performance working in low pay sectors

Thursday 29 January 2015

Shaun will be exploring the current economic climate and in particular data on low pay and its implications for the UK's economic performance and the well being of low paid staff.