Facebook-style online health communities are helping to improve patient care and provide rich data for new health innovations.
A WBS alumnus has been elected as the new chair of Business Professional Services(BPS) Birmingham.
WBS academic Ivo Vlaev is helping the NHS save money by utilising nudge theory to warn patients of the cost of missed appointments. The theory is also being used to promote better hygiene.
WBS academic Pinar Ozcan discusses how a cashless society future will bring about a revolution in a new video.
Neil Hutchinson describes how a simple Google search led to him starting a highly successful tech company
WBS academic Ivo Vlaev believes citalopram could help tackle obesity by helping give people the long-term focus needed to choose healthy food over snacks.?
WBS academics argue British healthcare is stuck in the slow lane as it takes years for developments to reach the front line.
Students will now be able to develop their business idea with experts while earning an MBA.
Bradford Turner found he had everything he needed on the distance learning MBA to set up the company he had dreamed about for a decade.
WBS has been ranked in the world’s top 30 for its business and management courses and 32nd in the world for accounting and finance courses by the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
Applications for the WBS Mentoring Programme are now open to both alumni and students, until 28 February.
Healthcare professionals can improve their managerial skills with the new Executive MBA with Healthcare Specialism.
WBS is set to host a special event on gender representation in the boardroom and at senior leadership positions to mark this year’s International Women’s Day.
Sir Richard Lambert told an audience at Warwick Business School that companies need to take responsibility for the consequences of the rise of the robots.
Warwick Business School’s Distance learning MBA has been ranked first in the UK and second in the world by the Financial Times.
WBS has ranked seventh in the inaugural QS Global 100 EMBA Rankings by Region in the European ranking, with a rank of joint second for the category of Careers Outcome
WBS academics explore the fallout from the VW 'dieselgate' scandal and why the scandal was particularly damaging to the car manufacturers brand.
A new WBS study has shown text messages can change teenagers’ behaviour and make them commit to maintaining their weight.
Inflation is set to rise post-Brexit but the UK economy will continue to grow according to the latest calculations from the Warwick Business School Forecasting System (WBSFS).
WBS PhD students have won a European competition with their accurate predictions of UK inflation in 2016.
Lisa Carr from our Alumni Careers team reflects on some common misconceptions about coaching and mentoring.
L’Oreal chairman for UK and Ireland,Geoff Skingsley will be holding a question and answer session for students and staff on Tuesday February 28.
Warwick Business School’s cutting-edge Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree is designed for senior executives and potential future leaders.
Christian Stadler reveals why such a high percentage of immigrants go on to become entrepreneurs.
Personalised heat maps and text messages were part of the winning scheme at a Nudgeathon that asked teams to come up with energy-saving ideas.
Today universities are under more pressure than ever to show their impact on the ‘real world’ but for Warwick Business School that was the inspiration behind its birth 50 years ago.
WBS alumnus Hugh Thomas set up Ugly Drinks with friend Joe Benn. Here he describes how the idea for the start-up drinks company came about
Warwick Business School academic Maja Korica has been named on the highly regarded Thinkers50 Radar list.
WBS academic Onur Tosun uses the impact of the Sox Act to argue enforced changes can damage company growth and harm sales.
Students will be competing to come up with energy saving ideas using ‘nudge theory’ in a competition at Warwick Business School.
A WBS undergraduate has won €250 in an aerospace industry contest beating students from across the globe including MBAs.
WBS alumni Wasim Khan has moved from the pitch to the boardroom and hopes his experience can influence other ethnic minorities to follow in his footsteps.
As Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday here are five reasons why she is a distinct advantage for UK business.
Investors should stop their infatuation with tech start-ups if they are finally to see the potential of Africa realised.
Elderly patients are enduring poor care in hospitals because of a communication block between the frontline and NHS management.
In light of Donald Trump's executive order on immigration, WBS academic, Shainaz Firfiray, explains how this could be bad for business.
Employers who want to attract more job applicants should talk about their work-life balance policies when recruiting, suggests research by Shainaz Firfiray.
Eivor Oborn told the Digital Health Forum 2017 the UK National Health Service needs to build an ecosystem if it is to fully transform itself through Industry 4.0
WBS Alumni Manager Lisa Carr discusses the need for flexibility in planning your career in today’s job market.
A number of final year undergraduates share their highlights of studying at WBS, how they have changed and their ambitions and hopes for the future.
Professor Nigel Driffield explains how a lack of experts could really hinder the UK as it looks to start making trade agreements following last year's Brexit vote.
The Financial Times has ranked Warwick Business School’s Full-time MBA in the top 15 in Europe and in the UK’s top 10.
Christian Stadler discusses how a new entrepreneurial spirit in Africa can help change the Wests perception of business in Africa.
A Warwick Business School academic has spoken at the House of Commons during a vital meeting to discuss the 5G in the UK.
WBS PhD student Umar Taj and the UNDP have used nudge theory to help young adults keep away from gangs in one of the most violent places on earth - Karachi, Pakistan.
The University of Warwick has been named the university targeted by the largest number of the UK's top graduate employers, new research for the Graduate Market has found.
WBS academics Suzy Moat and Tobias Preis compared Twitter use at Donald Trump's Inauguration and the Women's Rally to see which had the larger crowd.
Kevin Morrell examines the parallels between the style of new US President Donald Trump and the Ancient Greek politician Cleon.
Careers Manager, Simon Bason, outlines why it is important to think about your career goals early and suggests strategies to employ.
Are entrepreneurs born or are they made? It’s a question that has puzzled researchers for many decades.
Entries are now open for Warwick Business School’s third Nudgeathon that will examine how behavioural science can help create a low-carbon society.
Hundreds of Warwick Business School students are celebrating their graduation at this year's winter ceremony today.
WBS London at The Shard is holding the Digital Health 2017 forum to develop an ecosystem aimed at breaking down silos so Industry 4.0 can transform healthcare.
Donald Trump’s reign as President, which begins on Friday, should be of concern to the UK's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), especially as the US is the UK’s biggest export destination.