CENTRIM

Centre for Change, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management

“How can APM research programme support us!”

Speaker: Daniel Nicholls, Research Manager, Association for Project Management (APM) Date: 22 April 2021 12:00-13:00 Location: MS Teams Abstract: In this short interactive session Daniel will provide an overview of APM’s research programme and current activity as well as exploring how APM can help support you as researchers, students and practitioners and to answer any…

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“When to Innovate and When to be Agile”

Speaker: Michael Price Date: 18th March 2021 Location: MS Teams Abstract: The first part of the talk will be a conversation between Dave Francis and the guest speakers to explore the relationship between Innovation and Agility in  managerial initiatives in Hong Kong and Africa. Three  situations will be reviewed – developing the market for electric cooking appliances in…

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“Why business organisations participate in projects? Towards a typology of project value domains”

Speaker: Assoc. Prof. Vedran Zerjav (UCL) Date: 18th February 2021 Location: MS Teams Abstract: Project scholarship suggests that an increasing volume of activity in organisations, economies and societies occurs in the form of temporary projects. The aim of the stream of work is to build a contextual understanding that addresses the long-standing question of “Why business…

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“Financial Innovation: Introducing the Crypto Market Ecosystem “

Speaker: Dr Nikos Daskalakis Date: 21st January 2021 Location: MS Teams Abstract: The Crypto Market Ecosystem has emerged as the most profound application of blockchain technology in finance. In this talk, Nikos will introduce the main parts of this Ecosystem, walking us through the main features of the blockchain technology, the definitions, classifications and distinct…

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“Innovation narratives: the ways project-based firms respond to the national agenda for innovation”

Speakers: Prof. Graham Winch and Assoc. Prof. Natalya Sergeeva Date: 17th December 2020 Location: MS Teams Abstract: This keynote lecture builds upon the speakers’ expertise in construction innovation and recent publication Sergeeva and Winch (2020) Narrative interactions: How project-based firms respond to Government narratives of innovation.International Journal of Project Management, 38(6), 379-387. They will present…

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“Place-based leadership and innovation beyond COVID-19”

Speaker: Robin Hambleton Date: 26th November 2020 Location: MS Teams Abstract: In this talk Robin will outline the main ideas set out in his latest book and will illustrate the argument with examples of bold place-based innovation. Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, who has written a Foreword to the book, is applying these ideas in…

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Trends and new dynamics of sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystems discussed in cutting edge webinar promoted by CENTRIM

On 29th October, CENTRIM promoted a world-class webinar on Innovation Habitats with the contribution of an international panel of academics and practitioners. More than 60 attendees, from Australia to Colombia, had the opportunity to listen and discuss the state-of-the-art research on business incubators, accelerators and science and technology parks. The webinar “Sustainable Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: New…

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“How is the progress of Corporate Governance reforms In Japan?”

Speaker: Nobuhiko Sugiura Date: 25th November 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: Japan’s corporate governance reforms have progressed slowly but surely and the recent revision of the code adds momentum for the unwinding of cross-shareholdings. Recent conservative guidance by many Japanese companies, combined with higher profitability and governance reform, is considered…

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“Where next for Extech Cloud? Evidence-based innovation and disruptive change”

Speakers: Paul Levy & Joe Morecroft Date: 17th July at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract: Extech Cloud is a company based in Burgess Hill, West Sussex in the UK. The company is part of a two-year KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) with the university of Brighton which comes to an end in the…

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“Whither the trend of metal and mineral prices? A robust econometric analysis”

Speaker: Professor Atanu Ghoshray Date: 6th June 2019 at 13:00pm Location: Mithras House, University of Brighton Abstract:   Bio: Professor Atanu Ghoshray joined Newcastle University in 2014 from the University of Bath. His research interests are in primary commodity markets with reference to international trade and development. He has been a Consultant to the Asian Development Bank…

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