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Exeter Expertise podcast

Exeter Expertise podcast

University of Exeter Business School academics discuss their latest research insights in a new podcast series for Exeter Expertise.

Latest podcasts

How do you banish the Sunday Night Blues?

We talk to Professor Ilke Inceoglu and colleagues Kirstin Furber, People Director at Channel 4 and Paul Devoy, CEO at Investors in People about their ongoing research and what individuals and organisations can do to address this problem.

The place of sustainability in business schools

What role do business schools play in helping address climate change and biodiversity loss – Laura Colombo and Onna Van Den Broek discuss current efforts and what more the business education sector needs to do.

The Power of Networking

Professor Stefano Tasselli offers key advice on how to build an effective professional network.

The AI Revolution: the five key trends impacting our lives and careers

Professor Alan Brown discusses the implications of AI technology such as ChatGPT and presents the key trends that are changing the way we live and work.

Why the public sector urgently needs to embrace society’s digital transformation 

Professor Mark Thompson, a Professor of Digital Economy in INDEX (Initiative for the Digital Economy), discusses how the public sector can be more effective and efficient by seizing the opportunities of digitalisation.

Strategic Leadership Systems

Dr Michelle Mahdon and Professor Kristin Cullen Lester discuss why organisations need a clearer understanding of internal networks.

Harnessing the power of data driven design

In this podcast, we talk to Professor Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen from the INDEX Initiative for the Digital Economy, at the University of Exeter Business School. Saeema discusses her work in data-driven design, particularly around products.

Social media disinformation

Dr Mohsen Mosleh discusses his research on social media disinformation and the challenges it presents for individuals and organisations.

Verbal aggression towards women CEOs a result of ‘out of group’ gender bias

Dr Sebastian Tideman discusses his latest research on the role of gender in the aggressive questioning of CEOs during earnings conference calls.

Alex Gerbasi on Responsible Leadership

Professor Alex Gerbasi discusses her views on Responsible Leadership.

Political affinity and cross-border acquisitions

Dr. Sebastian Tideman explains his research on political affinity between countries and the effect that this has on cross-border company acquisitions.

Malaria gene drive

Professor Sarah Hartley and her two colleagues in Uganda, Professor Stella Neema and Chris Opesen discuss gene drive research for malaria control.

The future of work

In our upcoming podcast, our panel of leading experts will be discussing the future of work. We will explore how work has changed in the last few years and in particular the effect of the COVID-19 global pandemic on the workplace.

How nudge theory app could cut NHS waiting times

Professor Nav Mustafee discusses his research on helping to cut waiting times in the NHS. It is based on nudge theory and led to the development of the NHSquicker App, which patients can use with several health trusts in the South West.

What is natural capital and why is it important?

Professor Ian Bateman discusses the importance of natural capital and how to measure it effectively.

How to manage workplace bullying

Dr Constantine Manolchev discusses his research on bullying and the lessons for managing harassment and negative behaviours within organisations.

The importance of Black History Month

Oli Young, Chief Diversity Officer talks about the importance of Black History Month, and the long term importance of diversity and inclusion for all.

How COVID-19 has affected the circular economy

Professor Fiona Charnley discusses the importance of the circular economy, how it has been affected by COVID-19, and the establishment of a new national hub bringing together academia and business to move towards more circular approaches.

What has virtual networking during a pandemic taught us?

Professor Alex Gerbasi discusses virtual networking and how people have been building contacts and relationships during the Covid-19 lockdown. What lessons does it provide us with about future social and professional networking?