After Australia, Warwick Business School’s innovative ‘nudging’ competition has now moved into South America.
One of the central planks of globalisation - offshoring - has been found to have no effect on unemployment and on the whole boosts jobs in the home country.
The Warwick Business School Forecasting System (WBSFS) is predicting a 64 per cent chance that growth in 2018 is less than two per cent.
The Financial Times has ranked Warwick Business School 15th in its 2017 European Business School Ranking - a rise of seven places.
‘Romanticising’ political leaders such as Donald Trump can be harmful because it excludes the logic of their policies, according to new research into the popular leadership theory.
Warwick Business School’s MSc Business Analytics course has been ranked seventh in the world in a new QS World University Ranking.
Meet the graduate using her MBA to build a business promoting diversity and inclusion.
James Hayton, Professor of Entrepreneurship, told a gathering of academics, start-ups, students and industry figures that it is not at all uncommon for entrepreneurs to suffer from ‘fear of failure’.
Follow Resilience in Entrepreneurship – The Fear of Failure at Warwick Business School here from 5pm on Wednesday November 15.
Students taking Warwick Business School’s Executive MBA will now be able to concentrate on learning to be a strategic leader.
Three WBS academics cited in Richard Thaler's Nobel Prize describe the importance of the US academic's work and how behavioural economics is revolutionising policy.
The Economist has ranked Warwick Business School’s Full-time MBA the best in the UK for the third year in a row.
Warwick Business School’s innovative behavioural science competition, known as the Nudgeathon, is being taken around the world.
Bad news is better than no news at all when it comes to motivating staff, according to new research.
Marianna Fotaki revealed to a TEDx audience how government policies are needed for people to overcome their fear of immigrants.
John Thanassoulis, Professor of Financial Economics, has been appointed to the panel of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) by the UK Government.
Warwick Business School’s Executive MBA has been ranked in the world’s top 25 and fourth in the UK by the Financial Times.
NASA’s Chief Technologist Douglas Terrier reveals how “emotional alignment”, in addition to organisational alignment, is key when introducing strategic change.
Find out how one undergraduate is inspiring others to use education as a way to transform their lives and follow their dreams.
Two WBS academics have been named in Poets & Quants’ inaugural Top 40 Undergraduate Business Professors – the only ones in Europe to make the list.
Warwick Business School is expanding its WBS London base at The Shard by agreeing to extend onto the 13th floor.
Not-for-profits and charities should consider using spiritually-informed practices to boost levels of workplace happiness and productivity, new research claims.
NASA’s Douglas Terrier will be revealing how the US space agency is taking on and working with the likes of SpaceX in the new space race at WBS London at The Shard.
Augmented reality shopping apps can provide consumers with richer experiences and greater value that can lead to increased store footfall and conversion rates for brick-and-mortar retailers.
Warwick Business School is joining forces with the UK Government’s Nudge Unit to teach how behavioural science can improve business and policy.
Warwick Business School has climbed into Europe’s top 20 in the Financial Times' ranking of the world’s top MSc Management programmes.
Hundreds of Warwick Business School alumni gathered for a summer social and a night of networking at JP Morgan’s Victoria Embankment office.
Managers and stakeholders are seriously underestimating the role luck plays in the success, or failure, of a business according to a new study into luck.
Taxpayer support for high-tech innovation benefits the economy by significantly boosting jobs, turnover and productivity among the companies backed, new research has found.
Entrepreneur, social enterprise founder and angel investor Larry Sullivan was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Warwick.
The Warwick Business School Forecasting System (WBSFS) predicts that the probability of lacklustre growth of less than two per cent for 2017 as a whole is now 88 per cent.
An MBA graduate is taking on IT consulting giants like Accenture and Capgemini – and beating them.
Uber drivers are gaming the system and even going offline en masse to force ‘surge’ pricing, new research has found.
Billions of pounds extra in tax could be raised for HM Revenue & Customs by using messaging telling people who have not paid their tax that they are in the minority.
Relive The Evolution of Luxury conference at WBS London at The Shard where the world's top academic and industry names discussed the future of Luxury.
Brand experts from the likes of McLaren and L’Oréal will be converging for a conference on how luxury evolves in the face of Millennials' demands and the growing sharing economy.
Warwick Business School academics look at the possible impact of the adoption of public application programming interfaces (APIs) on the financial services industry.
Scientists have trained a computer to recognise beautiful scenery using “deep learning”, an approach to artificial intelligence which is inspired by the architecture of the human brain.
Thousands of Warwick Business School students from more than 70 countries have been celebrating their graduation at this year's summer ceremony.
Professor of Practice Ben Knight has won an Award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching.
Warwick Business School has been ranked number one in the UK for management and in the world’s top 30 by a global ranking.
Dean Andy Lockett presented Maja Korica with an award for Outstanding Contribution to Teaching at the WBS Summer Party.
New research looking at six years of NHS data has found that more managers lead to NHS Trusts performing better.
Pinar Ozcan, Associate Professor of Strategic Management, has won recognition for her outstanding research.
The tennis balls used at Wimbledon have travelled 50,570 miles around the world before they land on Andy Murray’s racket on Centre Court.
Hiring consultants offering quick fixes to long-term NHS problems is a waste of time and money, according to researchers.
Researchers are launching new guidlines on how companies should handle whistleblowers so they benefit from them rather than suffer reputational damage.
Students will have the chance to visit San Francisco and learn from some of Silicon Valley’s top entrepreneurs in a new MBA module.
Warwick Business School’s MSc Finance has risen seven places to be ranked in the world’s top 10 and number one in the UK by the Financial Times.
Researchers believe that rather than trying to think rationally managers and business strategists should use their own biases to come to better decisions.
Kashif Khaleel is building a career with Amazon thanks to his MBA after leaving his homeland in Pakistan to start a new life in the West.
Sophie Thompson hated doing public presentations so much she developed a virtual reality app to help her get over her fears.
There is a 25 per cent chance that inflation will hit three per cent this year according to the Warwick Business School Forecasting System.
Team Septic Think Tank ensured Warwick Business School won the WBS Case Challenge for the second year in a row.