Writing on how and why organisations change, Dr Joaquin Angles explains ways to manage change and sustain its effects so that it becomes “the new normality”.
Enrolling in online education, particularly an online masters degree, is a major step. Most higher education institutes offer a range of different ways to pay for your online programme - discover some of the common finance options available to you.
Department of Life Sciences faculty member Dr Srikanta Banerjee has devised a simple technique to help you discover how to implement change effectively in public health.
Paula R. Singer is the Chief Networking Officer at Laureate, Inc., an organisation focused on increasing access to high-quality, affordable education in new and innovative ways.
Five things we learned from CEO, Paula R. Singer. During a webinar with current and future Roehampton Online students, she shared how she progressed from an educator to a leader in a global organisation. Paula also offered tips about how to move your career forward.
Today it is becoming more difficult for any one individual to possess all the skills and abilities required to lead an organisation effectively.
From worries about finding the time to study through to questioning whether you can write academically or if the investment is worthwhile, there are many things to consider before you enrol on an online degree programme.
Studying online is becoming increasingly popular around the world. Undoubtedly, online study does require certain technology, not least access to a computer and the internet, but the technology needed is becoming ever-more accessible.
As Britain starts planning for life outside the European Union, Dr Katie Boyle joined the University of Roehampton podcast to discuss the potential implications for human rights. Here she outlines seven human rights issues raised by the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Dr James Davies is the author of "Cracked: Why Psychiatry is Doing More Harm Than Good", which argued that psychiatry has “put riches and medical status above patients’ well-being”. Three years on from that book, James explains in this Podcast why things have not improved. Here are seven things he claims are worrying about the psychiatry industry.