Ingenuity Events

Changing behaviour through mental connections: the power of associative learning – 14th November 2017

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange Breakfast Event   The human brain is constantly making connections – associations between one thing and another. In psychology, this is called associative learning and it can have major implications for our businesses. Associative learning is the process by which we form an association between two or more...

The impact of AI on business – 26th Sept 2017

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange Breakfast Event   Twenty years ago most companies were in ‘Internet denial’, with little comprehension of how radically the world-wide web was about to transform business practice. Today, while most companies have embraced the web, few have begun to appreciate how artificial intelligence (AI) is set to have...

Building a more entrepreneurial firm – 18th July 2017

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange Breakfast Event   What is an entrepreneurial organisation? We all know what an organisation is and have some idea of what an entrepreneur is but what makes an entrepreneurial organisation? Our researchers have identified enterprises, large and small, that are able to innovate consistently from within, not just...

Building Better Business Workshop – 22nd June 2017

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange Workshop   Why should a business adopt sustainable and responsible practices? In an increasingly competitive marketplace, what’s ‘in it’ for SMEs? If you ask any small business owner whether they’d like their organisation to be more sustainable and responsible, the answer would probably be yes. After all, we all...

Creating cultures for better business – 6th June 2017

Ingenuity KnowledgeXchange Breakfast Event   Why should businesses adopt sustainable and responsible practices? In an increasingly competitive marketplace, what’s ‘in it’ for SMEs? At our next Ingenuity breakfast event, Nottingham University Business School’s Professor Sally Hibbert will join forces with Andy Corley, MD of Quadralene. Join us for great networking and a...

A Story to be told

Local Businesses learn how to tell their ‘Stories for the Future’ with Dr Esther Eidinow and Prof Katharina Lorenz Dr Esther Eidinow and Prof Katharina Lorenz from The University of Nottingham’s Department of Classics took to the stage this month for their story-telling workshop, where they used their knowledge of...