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Are You An Entrepreneur?

Are You An Entrepreneur? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 10 Jun 2005
We examine the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.

10 things to consider

10 things to consider Copyrighted image Credit: BBC
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 10 Jun 2005
Take a look at our checklist for entrepreneurs.

Have You Got a Good Idea?

Have You Got a Good Idea? Copyrighted image Credit: BBC
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 10 Jun 2005
What turns a good idea into a success, and where do good ideas come from?

The 15% rule

The 15% rule Copyrighted image Credit: OU
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 20 Apr 2005
You have to make time for innovation, says Joyce Fortune in response to the third of Lord Broer's Reith Lectures.

Innovative innovation

Innovative innovation Copyrighted image Credit: OU
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 20 Apr 2005
Lord Broers' suggestions offer a new way of managing inspiration, says Nick Braithwaite in response to the third Reith Lecture.

What gets left behind by the cutting edge?

What gets left behind by the cutting edge? Copyrighted image Credit: Tom Hewitt
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 13 Apr 2005
Tom Hewitt asks if a love of the new means other important technologies get left behind. This is a response to the second of Lord Broers' Reith...

The engineer as problem solver

The engineer as problem solver Copyrighted image Credit: OU
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 13 Apr 2005
Can engineering solve the world's problems? Nick Braithwaite offers a response to Lord Broers' second Reith Lecture.

When technology is spurned, there is no development

When technology is spurned, there is no development Copyrighted image Credit: OU
Introductory level Duration 5 mins Updated 05 Apr 2005
The UK needs to get reacquainted with the idea of technology, says Nick Braithwaite in response to Lord Broers' first Reith Lecture.