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Past events 2013 Business School

The New African Renaissance

Thursday 12 December - Friday 13 December 2013

A focus on the frameworks of knowledge and models that inform the emerging African economic paradigm hosted at International Leadership Institute, Ethiopia.

Analytical Software Workshops

Monday 14 January - Friday 18 January 2013

The workshops will provide an introduction to the software used for quantitative, qualitative and social network analysis researches.

MAER-Net Conference

Thursday 5 September - Saturday 7 September 2013

This International Conference will look at the fundamentals of meta-analysis.

Ninth UK Social Networks Conference

Thursday 27 June - Saturday 29 June 2013

For those with an interest in network analysis, this conference provides the opportunity for dissemination and debate.

Lean & Green Workshop

Thursday 11 April 2013
10am - 5pm

This workshop co organised with S A Partners will look at how using greener ideas can make your business more profitable.

HEA STEM (Computing): Learning Technologies

Thursday 6 June 2013
10am - 5pm

The workshop will give participants the opportunity to share ideas, consider the challenges and reflect on their own practice, we hope to end with a focussed debate on the Future of Learning Technologies and suggestions for any subsequent workshops.

Education, Employment and Social Mobility: what is really going on and what can be done?

Wednesday 13 February 2013
2pm - 6pm

This day seminar seeks an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the issues faced by young people that result in problematic transitions to employment and adulthood.

Centre for Business Network Analysis Summer School

Monday 17 June - Tuesday 25 June 2013

This Summer School is entirely dedicated to research design, data collection, and statistical methods for SNA of individuals and organisations.

Global Trends in Wages, Causes and Effects on Growth

Friday 22 March 2013
2pm - 5pm

The Work and Employment Research Unit welcomes you to a debate on the 2012 Global Wage Report of the International Labour Organization with Dr Sangheon Lee of the ILO, Professor Engelbert Stockhammer, Kingston University, Professor Ozlem Onaran, University of Greenwich, Bill Wells, Deputy Director Labour Market Directorate, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, and Nicola Smith, Head of the Economic and Social Affairs Department of the Trades Union Congress.

Greenwich Water Talks - Critical reflections on water services and health

Thursday 7 March 2013
2.30pm - 6.30pm

The complex relationship between water services and health is key to sustainable development and social welfare. Complexity calls for an interdisciplinary investigation of the extent to which water policy affects health.

Inland Waterways - An Under-Utilised Resource

Wednesday 20 March 2013
6pm - 8pm

Peter Hugman will explain some of the operational benefits of inland waterways and their future potential and how this region could benefit from its excellent network of waterways.

Celemi Business Simulations

Wednesday 24 April - Thursday 25 April 2013

The Business School, in partnership with Celemi, will be running a 2 day exhibition and demonstration of Business Simulations which may be useful for academics to incorporate into UG or PG courses or indeed to deliver to clients as part of our Enterprise engagement strategy.

New Approaches to Leadership in the Public Services: Insights from Research and Practice

Thursday 23 May 2013
10am - 4.30pm

Researchers from the University of Greenwich Business School invite practitioners and academics to a day-seminar to discuss new insights from research and leadership practice.

Special CBNA Seminar - Prof Rob Cross, University of Virginia - Engaging Corporate Clients with SNA

Friday 14 June 2013
10am - 12pm

Rob Cross is a professor of management at the University of Virginia and Research Director of The Network Roundtable, a consortium of 75 organizations sponsoring research on network applications to critical management issues.

Heterodox Microeconomics Workshop Seminar: Theory of the Firm and Public Interest

Tuesday 25 June 2013
4pm - 6pm

This informal event, the first convened by the Heterodox Microeconomics Workshop at the University of Greenwich Business School, aims to stimulate reflections around urgent questions concerning the theory of the firm and public interest.

Certified Master’s Course on Microfinance and Financial Inclusion

Wednesday 16 October - Wednesday 20 November 2013

This Master's Course is a ten session introduction into understanding and demonstrating the capabilities of microfinance and its effect on operations within a business context.

The Committee Of Departments of Accounting and Finance Research Methods Workshop

Wednesday 18 December 2013
12.00am

his conference is the 10th Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) annual students’ event co-organized by the CILT and the Business School.