27 Jul 2017
Our daughter, it seems, emerged from the womb negotiating; our son was more laid back. Today, she’s still at it (as are her 3 daughters) and our son has effectively learned when and how to negotiate for what he needs and wants. Becoming a skilled negotiator is achievable, regardless of personality type. Here are 10 Rules my daughter and son (and the good folks at Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation — Getting to Yes — and others) have taught me about effective principled negotiation.
13 Jul 2017
China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative can be hard to define. Culturally and historically it references the old Silk Road and the maritime trade routes of earlier centuries. In its contemporary form it’s characterised by ambition and scale, with some analysts calculating that it may involve almost a trillion dollars of investment in pan-Asian infrastructure (see for example https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/may/12/the-900bn-question-what-is-the-belt-and-road-initiative). But to think of this just as a means by which China can use its excess capacity in concrete and steel production would be to under-estimate the depth of China’s forward-planning.
11 Jul 2017
One of the outcomes of PraxisUnico and AURIL coming together is that it has expanded our regional network (AURIL has had regional groups for some time) and representation in the devolved nations. Bryn Jones at Bangor University is currently on the combined Board and as June drew to a close with soaring temperatures we worked together to prepare a PraxIsUnico/AURIL response to the Reid Review of Innovation in Wales.
3 Jul 2017
Thank you for attending this year's conference at Sheffield Hallam University.
2 Jun 2017
Conference is a great opportunity to network and meet new people, which is why we’ve built in plenty of breaks and activities designed to help you make the most of the networking opportunities. So with this in mind the PraxisUnico team have put their heads together and shared some of their favourite networking hints and tips below.