Business Education

You Can Now Play The Original (Incredible) Rollercoaster Tycoon On iPhone/Android

The Huffington Post | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 28.12.2016 | UK Tech

Remember Rollercoaster Tycoon? Of course you do, it was that glorious PC game that you played before you eventually lost your life to the Sims. Since ...

Brexit: A View from the Business School

Ken Starkey | Posted 15.07.2017 | UK
Ken Starkey

How are we to react to the Brexit bolt of lightning? I write as a passionate European. Clearly there was a strong reaction to the idea of a yet another elite making hay while life got harder and harder for so many. It is no surprise that have-nots choose to bite the hand that, they perceive, does not feed them (although, ironically, some of the areas where the Exit vote was largest are the biggest recipients of EU support).

Chop and Change Education Policy Is Hurting Our Young People

Michael Mercieca | Posted 23.11.2014 | UK Politics
Michael Mercieca

We need to get beyond party politics and create a firm sustainable foundation for our society. That means taking a balanced and inclusive approach to education; it means taking a structured approach to education; it means taking the long-term view.

Hollywood Goes Hydraulic

Professor David Wheeler | Posted 30.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Professor David Wheeler

As with all questions of energy supply in the 21st Century - the issues are complex. It seems that shale gas will indeed be exploited in the UK, if not in France and many other jurisdictions. However it is unlikely to prove the perfect solution to cheap energy security that some advocates have claimed.

Why is Hollywood Preoccupied by Predatory Entrepreneurs and What Does That Mean for Business Education?

Professor David Wheeler | Posted 24.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Professor David Wheeler

But is business really like this? Very occasionally, for sure it is. Venal and predatory behaviour in trading relationships has been practiced since the invention of money, and is unlikely ever to disappear, certainly while human behaviour remains flawed and speculative greed is rewarded.

Business and Sport in Union

Mark Knight | Posted 06.01.2013 | UK Sport
Mark Knight

The business world is always eager to adopt new management techniques and lessons to improve their performance and profitability. The autumn rugby internationals should be compulsory viewing.