Bringing A Solution To The Neglected Tragedy Of Stillbirths – Co-Founders of Maternia
Clara Maspons, Zainab Dakik and Natalia Villarreal – Vlerick Business School, Masters of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Tell us more about your company and what you do It is hard to […]
The Curse Of The “One Hit Wonder” – Can Award-Winning Recognition Hinder Future Success?
Is there a danger in being too successful? New research reveals how to avoid becoming a One Hit Wonder in your work.
Workers Resist Hot Desking By Placing Personal Items On Desks
Personal objects could be the key to workers resisting enforced changes to the occupation of workspaces, such as hot desking, research shows
The Business School With An Appetite For Disruption
Innovative and disruptive ideas are fostered in GBSB Global Business School’s G-Accelerator start-up hub
Problems At Home Impact Employee Creativity
Ever felt left out at home or at the office? Research has shown that feeling excluded at home can negatively impact employee creativity, more so than feeling excluded at work.
3D Printing Could Be The (Expensive) Future of Healthcare
New research shows that using 3D printing technology in healthcare can provide customised tools for surgeons, and improve patient treatment and recovery. But the costs are steep. How can healthcare providers decide whether to invest?
80% Of Government-Backed Start-Ups Fail – Here’s Why
Only 20% of businesses on government-backed entrepreneurship schemes achieve any of their growth milestones - meaning 80% of businesses that governments choose to actively fund are not successful in growing at all.
Innovation Still At Peak Despite Remote Working
It looks like remote working is here to stay whether we like it or not. Research has highlighted that, for innovation to remain high, it is more important than ever for managers to ensure the right communication methods are used.