An organisation’s sustainability action is often measured by an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) score. Business leaders are responsible for examining their organisation’s impact on global systems and communities.
Adopting new business technology gives organisations an advantage. More leaders are looking for ways to meet evolving customer expectations, enhance business resilience, mitigate risks, adapt to the changing workforce, and accelerate business results.
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Sanjoy Sen, who graduated from Aston’s Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programme in 2018.
Advertisements are changing and marketing in the digital age requires new skills. Companies are leveraging user-generated content, viral trends, and popular social media channels to reach their audiences in creative and engaging ways.
The future of MBA careers is changing, but graduates can enter the modern workforce with credibility, influential leadership skills, a relevant professional portfolio, and earned confidence.
We are living through a radical transformation of the workforce, workplaces, and the way we work. The future of work is coming faster than organisations can keep up, and professionals are sprinting to bridge the skills gap and meet new demands.
Failure is a part of all of our lives even when we give our best effort. Promising businesses often fail, professional athletes miss their shots, and star students get questions wrong.