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Cheating behaviour

How incentives could eliminate cheating

June 10 2016

Dr Ismael Rodriguez-Lara on the behavioural research he is conducting in order to find innovative solutions to dishonest human behaviour

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Will the Snowy White Peaks finally start to melt?

June 02 2016

Research Fellow Roger Kline on what progress is being made towards greater diversity at senior level in the NHS

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The elephant in the factory?

May 31 2016

Dr Daniel Ozarow discusses industrial policies of the ‘post-crisis milieu’

phonendoscope in doctor arm

How can we end the NHS ‘blame culture’?

April 28 2016

Roger Kline discusses the Incident Decision Tree which tests the context of patient safety issues

The importance of teaching ethics and CSR

April 15 2016

Dr Andrea Werner discusses the importance of ethical teaching within business and economics

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Precarity in the labour market

April 07 2016

Dr Nico Pizzolato discusses the insecurity of continuous employment

Hospital corridor and doctor as a blurred defocused background

Has NHS patient safety culture improved since Mid Staffordshire?

April 05 2016

Roger Kline explores whether implementing an NHS whistleblowing policy has improved the safety of patients

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Ubuntu and Africa’s corporate landscape

March 14 2016

Professor Terence Jackson discusses the role of ‘ubuntu’ in Africa’s dynamic informal economy

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Maternity needn’t be a burden to businesses

March 08 2016

Dr Bianca Stumbitz discusses maternity support in both the UK and Ghana, and asks what lessons can be learned to enhance equality in the workplace

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