National Learning At Work Week Presentation

As part of National Learning at Work Week (May 2016) I gave a presentation on knowledge management. The presentation covered…

We live in a knowledge era where knowledge and ideas should be the main source of economic growth and development. However this new way of working that aims to leverage employee knowledge challenges the big data paradigm that collects and stores as much data as possible to drive decision making and innovation in organisations. This presentation argues that knowledge management is not only still relevant, but essential, for organisations to help employees share knowledge, collaborate and foster innovation. It will cover the theory of knowledge management, its importance to organisations, the latest research taking place as well as hints and tips to help you adopt good knowledge management practices and start taking advantage of your employees’ knowledge.

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“The Business Models and Economics of Peer-to-Peer Lending ” makes SSRN Top 10

Our paper “The business models and economics of peer to peer lending” is currently the 9th most downloaded paper on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for: Information Systems & Economics eJournal.

The paper reviews peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, its development in the UK and other countries, and assesses the business and economic policy issues surrounding this new form of intermediation. The paper is available for download at: