PhD and me – i level

The “i” in your PhD team: it is within This blog is aimed at post-graduate level students (like me) who are wrestling with their research positioning or procedures, and facing…

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PhD and me – in conference

A peer into the academic conference I attended and presented at my first academic conference last week – The British Academy of Management annual conference {BAM2023}. This blog offers you…

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PhD and me – community

A PhD journey involves plugging into a unique type of community. One worth fighting for If research community perspective interests you, perhaps also listen in to this recent podcast discussion…

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1,095 days of lockdown

3 years of Covid-19 shielding (the clinically severely vulnerable) In our house, lockdown moves into year 4 today. Covid-19 remains a clear and present threat to those people who remain…

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Hi, I am Warren. Mid-life, midway through a career, beginning a research project on projects. Trying to find a middle way. These blogs are glimpses of this journey. In near real time, and mid-thought. Running projects in parallel, in series, adaptable but with a clear goal. Can we have singular truth in our projects?

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