Professor David Weir, currently Professor Emeritus at Northumbria University, has had an extremely successful academic career which has included leading four university Business Schools as the Head of the School of Business, Leadership and Enterprise at University Campus Suffolk, Director of the Bradford Management School, Head of the Glasgow University Business School, Dean and Director of the Newcastle Business School, and Dean of the Scottish Business School. He was also Chair of the Association of Business Schools (UK) and is a Visiting Professor for numerous universities including Liverpool Hope University, Lincoln University and Lancaster University. His research interests are in critical management and intercultural management, and are especially concerned with the Middle East; the breakdown in complex socio-technical systems; operational management in the UK since 1914, with special reference to the writings and influence of Nevil Shute; organisational symbolism; space; rhythm; poetry and process. Dr Nabil Ahmed Sultan is Head of Division of Management, Business and Enterprise at University Campus Suffolk (UCS). Prior to that, he was Award Director of International MBA at the Business School at Liverpool Hope University (LHU). He is a highly regarded academic with a colourful professional career and research background. He spent his early working years in the Arab Gulf region and later headed a UK business. He also worked for the UNDP in Aden and New York before moving into academia in the late 1990s working initially at the University of Liverpool. He has a strong research background and interest in information management, knowledge management, cloud computing, leadership, ethics and the socio-economic developments of the Arabian Peninsula.