Professional Services, Digital and Intelligent Micro Automation

Automation. It’s a growing phenomenon that is driving business disruption globally, but in professional services it’s typically only accessible to large enterprises. All this is set to radically change. CoDE’s Professor Roger Maull and Dr Phil Godsiff have just won a grant from the Technology Strategy Board (Innovate UK) to develop AUTTO – a tool […]

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Digital Strategy Labs: Shaping Surrey’s digital future

In the Business Insights Lab (BIL), we’ve been putting Collaborative Discovery to work to help Surrey navigate the digital jungle. How do you forge a strategy for a digital future in higher education, when technology is unpredictable, budgets are tight, and every prediction is still a guess? What should our priorities be as an institution? […]

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Banking, Medicine, and the Case for Open Data

There’s been lots of interest in Dr Carla Bonina’s recent interview on Open Data in a piece published at the Guardian in December. Below, Carla expands on further points from her field-leading research. Open data continues to be at center of stage in Europe and the countries that support the Open Government Partnership (OGP). Last […]

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CoDE, The Economist, and ‘Platform Anxiety’

CoDE and the University of Surrey were mentioned prominently in The Economist recently, in an article focused on platforms, which referred to the research of Professor Annabelle Gawer, Digital Platforms expert and our newest team member. Not just a member of the team – but Co-Director of CoDE and Professor of Digital Economy at Surrey […]

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Can You Press a Digital Flower in a Kindle?

CoDE held our first research seminar for 2016, hosted jointly with the Surrey Digital World Research Centre (DWRC) and presented by Jane Vincent of the DWRC. Entitled ‘Students’ Media Preferences: Pen & paper vs. keyboard & screen,’ the topic turned out to have resonance from everyone who attended; discussion was lively and passionate, and it […]

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James Herriot v SuperVet: Whither digital veterinary medicine?

Can digital innovation and cutting-edge research sit comfortably in a traditional sector with its roots in communication and personal relationships? This was the question the School of Veterinary Medicine’s Senior Management Team tackled recently, assisted by CoDE team members Dr Ben Shenoy and Professor Alan Brown, in a ‘business lab’ held in our new Business […]

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The CoDE Team and Digital Experimentation

CoDE Team members Professor Alan Brown, Dr Ben Shenoy, and Megan Beynon ran a ‘taster lab’ for the Surrey Business School’s official launch of the Business Insights Lab recently. How better to introduce Business School staff to this innovative technique for strategy and decision making posed by the Digital Economy? As an umbrella organisation for […]

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‘Surrey Confidential’: A digital investigation

Our latest research seminar featured Dr Georgios Xydopoulos of Surrey Business School, in a discussion about combining novel tools and methodologies in interdisciplinary research, with a specific focus on the lessons from medical websites.   Georgios Xydopoulos has a PhD in the area of healthcare and economics, and more than 3 years of relevant experience […]

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CoDE at ‘Researching Digitalisation’ Workshop at the LSE

The ‘Delivering Digital Drugs’ project (mapping the terrain of medicines in the digital world, where the chain of distribution and consumption is now inextricably linked to data) inspired a recent workshop that explored two interconnected issues: the processes of digitalisation, and the doing of digitalisation research. CoDE’s Dr Phil Godsiff was a key contributor, presenting […]

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