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Qualitative Inquiry: In pursuit of meaning

By Bill Fear, ABP Conference Speaker 2013 No one disputes the value of qualitative research.... Focus groups, for example, are a mainstay of much market research in terms of consumer preference.  Yet psychologists working in the positivist paradigm tend to…

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Conference in focus: the Entertainment & Fringe line up

By Josette Lesser   Following on from last week's interview with the 2013 Conference Deans, we take a look at what people can expect from the entertainment and fringe programme line up... Entertainment The 2013 Conference includes some lively entertainment and a…

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Doing more with less: A media example

By An Coppens, ABP Conference Speaker 2013 The economic situation globally has resulted in a lot of fancy terms such as globalisation, restructuring, downsizing and it also opened the door to mergers and acquisitions. The net effect of all of…

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Conference in focus: Interview with the Deans

By Josette Lesser With less than a month until the 13th Annual ABP Conference we take a moment to catch up with this year's Conference Deans Dilip Boury and Maria Gardner.... Tell us more about the Conference   Dilip: This it…

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Embodied Leadership

By Peter Hamill, ABP Conference Speaker 2013 How effective is leadership development? Some things to consider: Prior to the economic crash, many of the investment banks that indulged in dubious behaviours, were lauded for their leadership development programmes Regularly we…

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Working with the split personality of organisations

By Steve Whiddett, ABP Conference Speaker 2013 Organisational change There are different schools of thought about organisational change. Some propose a linear and logical approach, some argue for a logical and systems oriented approach and some call for a psychological…

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