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We host an extensive programme of public events, executive education, and research seminars, featuring practitioners and academic experts covering a rich spectrum of topics including finance, entrepreneurship, climate change, and corporate governance.

8

May

Why do gender inequalities persist in organisations? Symbolic violence as a new lens

Organisation Studies Group Seminar series

  • with Professor Ahu Tatli; Professor of International Human Resource Management; Queen Mary University of London
  • Calendar Wednesday
  • Clock 11:00–12:30
  • Navigate LT4

This presentation explores the role of symbolic violence in the persistence of gender unequal relations at work based on an empirical study of organisations in China.

Organisation Studies Seminar

10

May

Efficiency with Political Power Dynamics and Costly Policy Change

MSBE Group Seminar series

  • with Professor Hülya Eraslan; the Ralph O’Connor Professor of Economics; Rice University
  • Calendar Friday
  • Clock 14:00–15:30
  • Navigate LT2

MSBE Group presents a research seminar from Professor Hülya Eraslan on “Efficiency with Political Power Dynamics and Costly Policy Change” (with Adriana Piazza)

Management Science and Business Economics Seminar

13

May

Digital Strategy - MBA Option Course

  • with Jim Hamill
  • Calendar Monday
  • Clock 09:00–17:00
  • Navigate MBA Suite

There is no doubt that how we live, interact and even conduct business today, has been shaped by the technology that surrounds us. This disruptive technology changes at an ever increasing rate. So how do business leaders today, and in the years to come, keep their organisations responsive, relevant and ultimately competitive?

Accredited Course

16

May

Designing excellent public services in Scotland - Lessons from research and practice

    • Calendar Thursday
    • Clock 09:15–17:15
    • Navigate LT1A

    The use of service design approaches to the reform and delivery of public services

    Seminar/Workshop

    17

    May

    The Effect of Serialization on Forecasting for Remanufacturing

    MSBE Group Seminar series

    • with Professor Aris A. Syntetos; Chair in Operational Research and Operations Management, The Panalpina Chaired Professor of Manufacturing and Logistics; Cardiff University
    • Calendar Friday
    • Clock 14:00–15:30
    • Navigate LT2

    MSBE Group presents a research seminar from Professor Aris A. Syntetos on “The Effect of Serialization on Forecasting for Remanufacturing” (joint work with Athanasios Goltsos and Erwin van der Laan)

    Management Science and Business Economics Seminar