engagement

How do we procure well-being?

Posted on 13 July 2020 by alicehorn

A record number of online delegates joined the recent Cardiff Business School Breakfast Briefing to hear how the Well-being of Future Generations Act provides an opportunity to transform the way procurement is delivered in Wales. By moving towards an outcomes-based approach, we can ensure the £6 billion spent annually delivers the best outcomes across all
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Football, but not as we know it

Posted on 30 April 2020 by Anthony Samuel

For nearly three years, I’ve been working with Forest Green Rovers (FGR), the greenest football club in the world, to find out if their green transformation is having an impact on the beliefs, engagement and behaviour of those affiliated with the club. The project has seen me hold focus groups with football supporters and residents
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The public value business school

Posted on 11 December 2018 by Martin Kitchener

In our latest post, Professor Martin Kitchener spoke with Your Public Value, an NGO based in Berlin to explain how and why Cardiff Business School decided to pursue a strategy which foregrounds social and economic development. It all started when I became Dean of Cardiff Business School six years ago, and I focused on defining
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Building a digital community

Posted on 19 September 2018 by Jonathan Rees

In preparation for the launch of the Cardiff Business School blog, we sat down with outgoing Dean Professor Martin Kitchener and incoming Dean Professor Rachel Ashworth to talk about their ambitions for the new platform. So much like the recent appointment of our first female Dean, the blog is something of a first for Cardiff
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