digital


Unpacking digital transformation and its implications for business and policy

Posted on 4 November 2019 by Dylan Henderson

In our latest blog post, Dr Dylan Henderson outlines Cardiff Business School’s research on the growing presence of digital technologies in business, policy, and wider society. Understanding the idea of ‘digital transformation’ is said to be increasingly crucial to appreciating how modern small businesses operate, and how they can be helped to thrive and grow.
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Creative freelancing: no funny business

Posted on 16 July 2019 by Lorna Prichard

In our latest post, Lorna Prichard, comedian and former journalist, talks about the risks and rewards of creative freelancing following a recent event hosted by Cardiff Business School’s Executive Education Team and Creative Cardiff at Glee, Cardiff. Recently I had the great pleasure of being asked to do a set at Glee Cardiff for the
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Do we really own our digital possessions?

Posted on 23 April 2019 by Rebecca Mardon

In our latest post, Dr Rebecca Mardon explores the idea of ownership in a consumer culture where we are increasingly drawn to digital possessions. Microsoft has announced that it will close the books category of its digital store. While other software and apps will still be available via the virtual shop front, and on purchasers’ consoles and
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Wales in the Digital Economy: Emerging Evidence on the Importance of Place

Posted on 14 February 2019 by Professor Calvin Jones

In our latest post, Professor Calvin Jones outlines some of the findings from the Digital Maturity Survey 2018. Most of us now know that technological progress will bring significant changes in the ways economies are organized, and that these changes will create ‘winners and losers’ across different occupations, industries and individual firms. However, whilst analysis
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