Leadership in Uncertainty: Trump, Putin, and a ‘both/and’ world

The Creation Museum in Kentucky and Donald Trump have more in common than they probably realise: mainly that, if you are the least inclined to wonder about or doubt time-honoured, scientifically-based truths, their alternative interpretations of reality can be very, very convincing. It should be no surprise, then, that Trump and Vladimir Putin have a […]

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Strategy in a Digital World: Have the Basic Principles Changed?

By Professor Alan W Brown and Dr Ben Shenoy An article from a few years ago by Steve Denning contained an analysis of why Porter’s consulting company, Monitor, collapsed in a heap in 2012 with unpaid debts. The article questions Porter’s work and the relevance of “5 Forces” to a digital economy, and is rather […]

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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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LEADERSHIP IN FAR-FROM-STABLE TIMES

By Jon Teckman,  Senior Teaching Fellow at Surrey Business School and Director of the Leadership Development Series.  “Strong and stable” or a “coalition of chaos”?  These were the options put before the British people in the recent General Election.  Now the people have spoken – and it appears they are not mad keen on either option, stripping […]

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