Category: Best Practice

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Shopping Districts and Centres, Markets, Neighbourhoods, Public Squares, and Urban Gardens: Reflecting Upon Place Management Practice in Berlin

  New publication for the members of the Institute of Place Management: ‘Shopping Districts and Centres, Markets, Neighbourhoods, Public Squares, and Urban Gardens: Reflecting Upon Place Management Practice in Berlin’ published in the Journal...

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Listen Carefully: Transgender Voices in the Workplace – Stephen Whittle

  Congratulations to Stephen Whittle on ‘Listen Carefully: Transgender Voices in the Workplace’ currently in press and due to appear in the International Journal of Human Resource Management.   Listen Carefully: Transgender Voices in...

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DECENT WORK AND DECENT SOCIAL CARE

  ESRC Festival of Social Science Decent Work and Decent Social CAre Location: Manchester Date: 8 November 2016 Time: 13:00 – 16:00   This event will present key findings from a recent research project...

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Succeeding in China: Knowledge and Networks

Academics from the Centre for Enterprise are taking part in the International Enterprise Forum for Entrepreneurial Learning, Practice and Policy Network.  Specifically focusing on:   Succeeding in China: Knowledge and Networks The Business forum...

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Launch of North West International Business (NWIB) Group

  Professor Heinz Tuselmann is leading the NWIB Group, a consortium of Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, Alliance Manchester Business School and the University of Liverpool Management School.  The three universities will pool their...

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The Community Impact of Football Pitches: A Case Study of Maidstone United FC

Dan Parnell has co-authored along with Anthony May from the Department of History, Politics and Philosophy, here at Manchester Metropolitan University an article called “The Community Impact of Football Pitches: A Case Study of Maidstone...

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What Makes a Good Day At Work?

The Work Psychology Cluster is once again please to host the Association for Business Psychology.  Join them on the 9th of June (6-8pm in room 3.01 of the Business School) to hear Paula Brockwell...