Tag Archives: GIBS Blog

Tips for new MBAs

This week sees the start of the LEAD programme for all our 2014.15 MBAs.    The first group (in total 7 groups) is an enthusiastic and energetic bunch of people ready to tackle the next two years. This got me thinking.  Year on year students stumble over what we see as minor stumbling block.  I […]
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GIBS Africa Week celebrated in the Information Centre

We felt we had to contribute to the efforts of the Centre for Dynamic Markets during Africa Week by extending their exhibits into the Information Centre.                       Thank you Monica and Pride for bringing the artifacts and driving this initiative.

When to include the year in citations appearing more than once in a paragraph

by Tyler Krupa You may already know that references in APA Style are cited in text with an author–date system (e.g., Smith, 2012). But do you know when to include the year of publication when one of your citations appears more than once in a paragraph? Getting it right is simple as long as you […]
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How to cite a news report

by David Becker Have you ever seen a news report that just happened to relate to the topic of a paper you were writing? Did you really want to cite that report but just didn’t know how? For example, say you were writing a paper on psychological disorders and their treatments throughout history. By sheer […]
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What is researcher wellbeing and how can we manage and nurture it?

See on Scoop.it – Business education Staying a productive, sane and sociable researcher is no mean feat, says Charlotte Morris, but you don’t have to go it alone (RT @Prof_GD_Foster: Staying a productive, sane & sociable researcher is no mean feat, says Charlotte Morris,you don’t… See on http://www.guardian.co.uk

What’s a Library for?

What’s a Library for?  Scott Silverman See on Scoop.it – GIBSIccURATION What’s a library for?   Are there any contributions academic libraries in particular have left to make to the shaping of critical thinking? I will not say I have a comprehensive answer. I cannot even say that I have an original answer. But I am […]
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How to cite a news report

by David Becker Have you ever seen a news report that just happened to relate to the topic of a paper you were writing? Did you really want to cite that report but just didn’t know how? For example, say you were writing a paper on psychological disorders and their treatments throughout history. By sheer […]
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How to Retain Talent? Teach Them to Leave, Says KBS+

See on Scoop.it – WorldOfWork KISs @GIBS‘s insight: ”  . . .  Between 15 to 20 employees are chosen each time, though as many as 60 apply.  In building the class, the instructors hunt for staffers at all levels to help the curriculum live throughout the agency. The more expertise fellows have in areas such […]
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