Monthly Archives: November 2019

DBA – a Doctorate in Business Administration

Coventry University has a very successful Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) programme. DBAs are interesting: they are professional doctorates for practicing managers, which combine the intellectual rigour of a PhD with the candidates’ practice and experience. They help create practitioners … Continue reading

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Miscellaneous: Podcasts

For a bunch of years now one of my hobbies is to listen to podcasts. I am very lucky to be able to walk to and back from work, which means I usually get between 80 and 90 minutes a … Continue reading

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New chapter on Institutional Mapping

One of the research methods I find the most interesting is Institutional Mapping. It’s a funny old thing: frequently used in consultancy but not in academia; as intensely useful as it is deeply subjective; and very poorly codified. It is … Continue reading

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White paper – Seeking sustainability in the coffee shop industry: Innovations in the circular economy

One of the most interesting projects I am involved in focuses on coffee shops as loci of construction of social and economic realities (wherever they may be). My colleague and project lead – Dr Jennifer Ferreira – refers to coffee … Continue reading

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