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The rise of the international branch campus

The rise of the international branch campus
What is the future of international higher education after the pandemic? Perhaps Memorial University of Newfoundland’s overseas campus in Harlow, Essex, offers a clue, developing home students’ skills with established teaching and learning practices in a new and stimulating environment. Sandra...
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Northamptonshire’s PPE heroes

Northamptonshire’s PPE heroes
Wellingborough-based and privately-owned Full Support Group is one of the UK’s biggest suppliers of personal and respiratory protective equipment to the healthcare market and has a growing presence in the industrial sector. Mark Ferguson of More Fire PR spoke to CEO Sarah Stoute about current...
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Covid-19 accelerates boom in unrealistic university leadership courses

Covid-19 accelerates boom in unrealistic university leadership courses
The temptation for business schools to ‘solve’ the Covid-19 threat to higher education by packaging management and leadership courses into online offerings is likely to prove disastrous for the university sector, says Andrew Kakabadse, Professor of Governance and Leadership at Henley Business...
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Automation the answer for Covid-19 impacted business recovery?

Automation the answer for Covid-19 impacted business recovery?
University of Gloucestershire’s Salah Al-Majeed (left) and ABB’s Julian Ware. Salah Al-Majeed, Academic Head of Engineering Technologies at the University of Gloucestershire: Back in February before Covid-19 firmly entered the public consciousness and began its relentless domination...
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Hospitality Business Growth Experts Launch Xenowledge

Hospitality Business Growth Experts Launch Xenowledge
John Jones, former managing director of one of the UK’s leading hospitality software companies, has launched ‘Xenowledge’ – a new consultancy designed to improve hospitality businesses’ efficiency and profitability by addressing some of the unprecedented challenges facing the sector in...
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Company directors need to drop compliance preoccupation for 2020

Company directors need to drop compliance preoccupation for 2020
Many boards shout loudly about their sustainability efforts and the subject is high on the agenda of numerous organisations which have adopted and champion the rhetoric of triple bottom line reporting, says Andrew Kakabadse, Professor of Governance and Leadership at Henley Business School,...
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Changing the face of engineering’s image problem

Changing the face of engineering’s image problem
Recruiting qualified and capable engineering professionals is at the heart of Gloucestershire’s ability to grow its economy, but first the profession has to overcome its image problem, says Professor Salah Al-Majeed, head of engineering at The University of Gloucestershire Engineering is about...
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Boards’ dilemma on ransomware

Boards’ dilemma on ransomware
To pay or not to pay? When it comes to the growing threat of ransomware, board members need to be clear on how their organisation’s data and IT infrastructure is being protected, writes Professor Kamal Bechkoum, head of the School of Business and Technology at the University of Gloucestershire...
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