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Since the big data explosion in recent years, the value of data itself has risen exponentially. Its potential to reveal valuable business intelligence and create new sources of revenue has made it a major global economy in its own right.
The way that contrasting governing powers and influencing social factors relate to each other constantly shapes the world we live in.
If you’ve ever dreamed of making a difference through politics or foreign affairs, or by working for a think tank, Non-Government Organisation (NGO) or an international institution like the United Nations (UN), then you’ve imagined yourself working within the sphere of International Relations.
For those looking to boost their career prospects through an MBA, there are now more study options than ever before. Full-time degrees on campus, part-time or evening courses, fast-track courses and online programmes – with so many choices how do you choose between them?
Contemporary society is continuing to develop as the influences that shape our lives are constantly shifting and changing. Nowhere in the world is standing still; geographic, cultural and infrastructural factors are creating different sets of changes across societies around the globe.
It can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what is meant by the terms ‘professional development’ and ‘leadership development’. While their meanings differ in many ways, both are lifelong forms of development that span an entire career.
The nature of threats to national security in Europe have changed over time.
Although its been a ‘buzzword’ for a while, the concept of big data has really started to gain traction and ingrain itself in commercial consciousness over the past year or so.
Every so often, a technological leap forward comes along with the potential to revolutionise the way an industry works. Building Information Modelling, usually shortened to BIM, is one such advancement for construction.
Nottingham Business School (NBS) has been awarded the prestigious EQUIS accreditation – putting it into an elite group of business schools worldwide.
In the UK alone, the effective use of data could create £66 billion of new business and innovation opportunities, as noted by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport in its 2017 policy paper. What’s more, much of this could be made possible by leveraging the data that companies already hold.
Building any business from the ground up is an exciting challenge, and few industries are more tantalising for prospective entrepreneurs than fashion.
Large-scale international fashion shows, like those at the industry’s biannual Fashion Weeks, are often so glamorous and seamless it’s easy to forget what goes into making them happen.
The latest McKinsey Global Fashion Index has reported that the international fashion industry has grown at 5.5% every year for the past decade and is now worth $2.4 trillion, proving the massive commercial opportunity on offer.
In 2016, technology giant IBM famously claimed that 90 percent of the data in the world has been created solely in the last two years, which illustrates just how monumental the big data explosion has become.
Recent years have seen a shift in perspective on global governance from some of the world’s most powerful and influential nations.
The ability to derive business intelligence from big data is now a highly marketable skill. As more companies realise the insight data analysis can help them achieve, this ability is likely to become even more desirable to employers from all sectors in the coming years.
We have spoken to Aidan Munnelly, Online MSc in Construction Project Management student, about his experiences of the 100% online course so far.
If you’re thinking about investing in online learning to further your career, you may be wondering what kind of opportunities an online degree could open up to you.
While studying for an Online MBA gives you the academic and professional tools to achieve your career goals, our course also helps you develop the personal tools you need to become a more rounded leader.
The global construction industry is expanding rapidly, so much so that the need for capable and skilled project managers in this thriving sector is only predicted to increase. A study from Global Construction Perspectives claims that the volume of construction output will grow by 85% to $15.5 trillion worldwide by 2030.
It’s often said that a ‘job for life’ is a thing of the past. It certainly seems that more professionals than ever are moving from one sector to another and across different industries to advance their careers.
International Relations is a hugely applicable and valuable subject to explore.
Fashion is an exciting, non-stop industry that demands the highest calibre of business management.
Since its inception in 1908, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) has become the benchmark in business studies as well as the most popular business course the world over.
To navigate and thrive in business today, managers have to be able to think strategically, respond to ever-changing circumstances and foresee future challenges.
The construction industry plays a huge and vital role within the British economy, generating £90 billion annually – which is 6.7% of UK GDP. Despite this, almost one fifth of all jobs within construction are deemed difficult to fill because businesses struggle to find employees with the right experience, skills or qualifications.
In today’s turbulent times, it could be argued that forging a career in international relations is more important than ever.
If you enjoy keeping on top of the latest fashion trends, then forecasting might just be the career for you. Fashion forecasters are the backbone of the industry, ensuring designers and retailers are creating clothes that are on trend as well as on brand.
Put simply, responsible leadership is about making sustainable business decisions which take into account the interests of all stakeholders, including: shareholders, employees, clients, suppliers, the community,
According to IBM, every day we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data — so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the past two years alone.
New employment statistics show there has never been a better time to learn about machine learning, one of the key modules on our Online MBA with Data Analytics course.
The fashion industry is big business valued at an estimated $3 trillion. In such a commercially driven world you need to be business-minded
The Project Management Institute expects the creation of almost 16 million new project management jobs across the world by 2020, making this one of the best times to take the steps to grow your career and move up the industry ladder.
Ever found yourself wishing that you could make a difference in the world? Then Nottingham Trent University’s online MA International Relations could be for you.
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is pleased to announce that our 100% online MSc in Construction Project Management is fully accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).