Corporate report using AR and VR

1 March, 2021

Will your next annual report come with installation instructions?

The annual report has been a cornerstone of corporate communications for more than 200 years, but while the past two centuries have seen sustained evolution in communications technology, the annual re...
Man looking at AR on a device

18 February, 2021

FRC backs use of augmented and virtual reality in corporate reporting

Bored of conventional corporate reporting? Tired of flicking through page after page of bland corporate statements and charts? Well, technology experts at a UK financial watchdog might have an answer:...
Head shape with AI digital circuits

16 February, 2021

Firms need ‘two layers’ of AI governance

Have boards come to terms with the rise of artificial intelligence? It seems not. New research suggests large companies need to have two layers of AI governance if they are no longer to only superv...
Red plane taking a different direction

9 December, 2020

Creativity in a crisis: finding a route to recovery through innovation

The pandemic has wrought much damage on the economy. Some businesses have perished and others will survive, likely through cutting costs. But there are those that will prosper in the recovery through ...
Lighthouse shining in the darkness

10 November, 2020

Innovation in a crisis: how to seize opportunities for growth

As business navigates a second set of lockdowns across the UK, thoughts naturally turn to how companies will survive and prosper. For many experts innovation is the key. Recent research shows that ...
Responsible innovation

12 October, 2020

Responsible innovation: implications for corporate governance

The world faces unprecedented grand challenges of which the recent Covid-19 pandemic is just one pertinent example. Innovation is crucial for addressing these grand challenges and business is an impor...
Lightbulbs on a green background

28 August, 2020

Going green benefits businesses—and should be central to their recovery

The onset of the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown have imperilled businesses worldwide. It will be

27 July, 2020

A blueprint for business to transition to a nature-positive future

The average person today is 4.4 times richer and lives 25 years longer than in 1950. The Great Acceleration, however, has been brought to a screeching halt by the Covid-19 pandemic. It is clear ...
robotic hand on mouse

15 June, 2020

Business looks to automation in the wake of Covid-19

At the end of February, before Covid-19 had begun its domination of our daily lives, the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business and Technology hosted a special event dedicated to the eng...
people together, corporate culture, trust, responsible business

23 July, 2018

The cultural attributes of the most innovative companies

Innovation is the number-one priority of today’s CEOs. They correctly perceive that the fast-turning treadmill of disruption topples organisations that stand still. The only sure-fire way to stay on...