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The 6 Factors To Be A Successful CEO

Decisiveness, adaptability, engaging with stakeholders, and reliability. There is no shortage of commentary from the Harvard Business Review and elsewhere about the essential behaviours that help CEOs to win the […]

The Business Schools Creating An Eco Impact On Campus

As global attention turns to the race to reach net zero by 2050 business schools and universities are charged with using their knowledge and influence to make a difference. Meet the institutions incorporating sustainability into the very fabric of the organisations.

We live in a world where we are more likely to listen to the phone in our hands or a Google Home device than friends or colleagues.

Who Does Your Boss Trust More – You Or Google?

We live in a world where we are more likely to listen to the phone in our hands than friends or colleagues. According to research from BI Norwegian Business School, this is the tendency for certain people in leadership positions, putting themselves at a disadvantage.

Why do Donald Trump and Greta Thunberg take such different stances on protecting the environment? Research suggests age to be a key factor.

We Care Less About The Environment As We Reach Old Age

Professors recorded political attitudes and preferences, and found that environmental concern increased from the age of 18 before peaking around the age of 43. However, growing older made people less likely to place emphasis on protecting the environment and care less about being environmentally-friendly.