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Promoting Collaborative Leadership in the Public Sector: Challenges and Opportunities for Public Leadership Research and Development

Over the past thirty years New Zealand has developed a reputation for its willingness to foster innovative public management and policy practices. But what of its public leadership aspirations and practices?

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Community Open Doors Day: Scavenger hunt and more

Join our colleagues from the Faculty of Social Sciences for a range of fun, intriguing and thought-provoking activities in our Iris Murdoch building, home of the Dementia Services Development Centre.

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Fabulous@50: Transformational Women in Business

Join the University of Stirling Management School for their annual panel session where four successful business women will share their experiences about how they have effected positive change, and the challenges they have faced on their journey.

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CRISP Being digital: Digital technologies and citizen-centred approaches to participation, surveillance and privacy

CRISP is hosting a workshop to explore contemporary citizen-centred approaches to engaging citizens about their experiences of privacy in the digital world and the ways in which citizen participation and engagement is evolving with the advent of new digital technologies.

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Professor Russell Napier

The Mean Reversion of Equity Valuations and the Risks to Financial Stability from a Strong US Dollar.

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Transformational Women in Business

Join the University of Stirling Management School in their support of International Women's Day, where three successful business women will share their experiences about how they have effected positive change in terms of policies and process which has created a more diverse organisational culture.

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Refresh Seminar: Co-Creation and Alternative Business Models

Co-Creation is not a new concept but it is enjoying a rebirth and growth in popularity around the globe. What is it and why is it important to all of us in and out of business? Come along and find out, air your views and discuss with others.

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