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Posted by: on June 10, 2019

Swimming the English Channel

Lucas Carbonaro shares his lessons from swimming the English Channel There are less than 2,000 people who have swam across the English Channel, and I am proud to be one of them. It actually started as a joke. I had swum the Strait of Gibraltar, and a friend said, ‘So next you’ll do the English […]

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Posted by: on March 8, 2019

AI in Recruitment

When speaking of innovation, it is rarely HR that comes first to mind. Yet, AI has an impact on the recruiting industry through having the power to remove bias and decrease the number of ‘’Bad Hires’’. Predictive hiring and A/B recruitment testing are still science fiction for less-technologically adept HR experts, but two disruptive companies […]

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Posted by: on March 7, 2019

Balance for Better

Eva Grosman on the International Women’s Day 2019 campaign ‘Balance for Better’ Throughout my career, on almost a weekly basis, I have found myself the only woman in the room. It has been disappointing, frustrating and on few occasions even intimidating, but it has also provided me with the determination to create opportunities for women […]

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Posted by: on August 29, 2018

Unions and Management: A Displaced Friendship

As an outgrowth of the Great Depression and subsequently, World War II, Americans were more unionised than ever before in history with one of three Americans represented by unions.[i] Yale University economist Charles E. Lindbloom was one of the first to sound the alarm on what he perceived to be the emergent threat of unionism on […]

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Posted by: on July 23, 2018

Dealing with the Media During Turbulent Times

Following on from the panel discussion on crisis management that sparked my previous blog crisis planning during turbulent times, I’m now going to explore dealing with the media during turbulent times; how best to work with them and how to build better relationships that ultimately reflect positively on an organisation. The media – how should we […]

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Posted by: on July 3, 2018

An innovative compromise in cryptocurrencies

STOs: An Innovative Compromise My last post about cryptocurrencies triggered a vast response and I received many thankful messages, which I am grateful for. The cryptocurrency market is booming and attracting more and more attention of not only investors but people who are intereste d in technology, innovation and start-ups. In 2017, start-ups raised an […]

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Posted by: on June 18, 2018

Crisis Planning During Turbulent Times

I recently participated in a robust panel discussion on crisis management at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, where the students had just wrapped up a five-day simulated business crisis relating to a fictitious national restaurant chain dealing with an outbreak of E.coli. Below are […]

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Posted by: on May 30, 2018

20 years later

How did a single comment become the guiding principle behind my work? “Well, that is a nice trick to improve the efficiency of solar panels. Sadly, it won’t be of any use unless we stop increasing the overall energy consumption of society.” This caught my attention as I was sitting in my research lab’s weekly […]

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Posted by: on January 25, 2018

Cryptocurrencies and its potential to change the future of money

It’s been just over a year, since I noticed how global the scale of cryptocurrency is. With Bitcoin, price surging to $19,187 (as of December 15th, 2017), it is almost impossible to ignore all the buzz around cryptocurrencies and new developments in the crypto-world. Having so much passion for technological innovation, I followed some real […]

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Posted by: on December 4, 2017

Spare some change? How about helping someone make one?

Homelessness in the UK is a huge growing issue.  In Oxford alone, the number of people rough sleeping in the city has almost doubled over the last year. At the same time, there is so much goodwill out there, and a huge willingness to help people who are rough sleeping. I decided that if everybody […]

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