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Ad blocking

It’s a few years old now but I just came across this series of posts by Ad Block Plus  in which they surveyed users of their Adblocker about the service. One of the questions asked why people used Adblocker. The results are quite interesting. They gave respondents 7 possible reasons and forced a choice through … Continue reading Ad blocking → Originally published at socialstudiesofmarketing.wordpress.com Continue reading →

Professor Alan Bryman: 1947-2017

  Alan Bryman, Emeritus Professor in the of the School of Management (now Business School) at the University of Leicester died on Thursday the 20th July 2017 at the age of 69. According to his wife, Sue, the cancer progressed very quickly in the last few weeks. He was not in pain, was very peaceful, […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →

Is informal workplace learning always invisible?

  ULSB Research Associate and graduate Dr Kath Atkinson (kja16@le.ac.uk) reflects on a new report about older workers, and the assumptions it makes about their learning.   How can a prominent UK government initiative to keep ageing workers in employment fail to incorporate a major form of workplace learning? The Department of Work and Pensions […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →

The secret peacemaker: A quiet leader of our time

Professor Mark Stein of the School of Business mourns the key intermediary between the British government and the IRA with Leicester connections, who has died aged 80. Brendan Duddy   Brendan Duddy, the ‘secret peacemaker’ and intermediary between the British government and the IRA during the ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland, has died aged 80 in […] Originally published at http://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/ Continue reading →