Issue 14 | June2018


Entrepreneurship: a growing phenomenon?

A new report from IKE explores the state of entrepreneurship in the UK and in Europe

How to be a lateral leader

Paul Sloane, author of the book The Leader’s Guide to Lateral Thinking Skills, shares his advice for leaders wanting to set out a vision for their business

Can we achieve fair globalisation?

UN secretary-general António Guterres shares his views on the positive potential of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

IBM’s take on the future of enterprise AI

Artificial intelligence isn’t just about automating simple tasks, it can also help augment workers’ cognitive abilities

Al Gore: climate action is a great business opportunity

The former US vice president argues that investment in sustainability technology is a smart business move

France pushes for leadership in AI

France is using government and private investment to support its efforts to become a leader in artificial intelligence technology

Multidisciplinary creativity in the arts and sciences

A look at the research and work going on at Glasgow School of Art's School of Simulation and Visualisation 

Game-based learning

How education games can help to engage and train the next generation of workers

Designing for climate change 

As extreme weather conditions become more common we find out how architects are taking flooding into account in urban design

The powerful potential of energy harvesting

A trial at London's Crossrail explores the potential of energy scavenging as a future urban power source

Bringing 3D printing to the rail industry

We find out about the University of Huddersfield's research into 3D printing for train manufacturing

The future of the UK's maritime sector

Maritime UK director Ben Murray discusses the need for a new maritime sector deal