It is with great sadness that the University and Warwick Business School have to report the death of undergraduate student Shivraj Naskar.
Two WBS academics discuss the latest studies on gender pay and how they feel flexible working can sometimes limit women's career opportunities.
After admitting defeat and selling out in China, John Colley believes Uber's next big battle is India as it takes on another local rival.
Deniz Ucbasaran, Professor of Entrepreneurship, reveals seven characteristics of the entrepreneurial mindset
WBS Careers Manager Simon Bason gives a guide to commercial awareness, what it is and how to show your industry knowledge to stand out from the pack.
Two academics have won £7,000 in total for the quality of their teaching in the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence (WATE).
WBS academic, Kevin Morrell, has won an Outstanding Article award from the Academy of Management Learning & Education.
Found out more about joining The Warwick Business School Society: the largest independent student run society at The University of Warwick.
With the Rio Olympics now in full swing, why not take a look at our Rio city guide. An exclusive part of our Core Magazine.
Wisdom comes with age we are told. Hari Tsoukas, Professor of Organisation Studies at Warwick Business School, disagrees. Find out why.
This week marked Earth Overshoot Day: the day we use more from nature than we can replenish. Joan MacNaughton discusses climate change with Core Presents.
For freshers looking to support the local community while developing an entrepreneurial spirit the Warwick Enactus Society has a lot to offer.
WBS Career Manager Alison Collins believes extra-curricular activities are another way to demonstrate your skills to recruiters.
A new WBS study has shown text messages can change teenagers’ behaviour and make them commit to maintaining their weight.
Nick Chater, will reveal on BBC Radio Four’s The Human Zoo the psychology and neuroscience of being a sports spectator.
David Elmes offers his opinion on the latest news regarding Hinkley Point as the government decide to delay the final decision on the project.
Career Manager Fay Watkin discusses three reasons why we shouldn’t hide our career flaws, but instead celebrate and learn from them
WBS Foundation Year students discuss their experiences of their four-week work placement as part of the Individual Project module.
Nick Chater revealed on BBC Radio Four’s The Human Zoo why unfamiliarity and ‘senselessness’ makes some events more terrifying than others.
New WBS study finds we are incredibly good at predicting what profession people work in, but also reveals the subconscious biases stifling diversity.
Nick Chater, reveals on BBC Radio Four’s The Human Zoo that a certain amount of disruption in our lives is a good thing.
Congratulations to all WBS students who graduated on Saturday 23 July.
Ashley Roberts discusses how creativity is being re-planted back into students before they head into a world desperate for innovative ideas.
The first group of Warwick Business School students involved in the Multicultural Scholars’ Programme (MSP) have now graduated.
Warwick Business School undergraduate students celebrated their graduation at the Summer 2016 Graduation Ceremony.
WBS academic Hari Tsoukas has received two major international awards: The Joanne Martin Trailblazer Award and secondly an Honorary Membership of EGOS.
In a series of articles looking at what Brexit means for the UK Aleksi Aaltonen writes on how it will affect the country's start-up ecosystem.
Jonothan Neelands told Hong Kong business leaders and WBS alumni investment in the Creative Industries can boost a country’s economy.
The importance of heads with a western education to the growth of a number of companies in developing nations is explored in this Core article.
Charlotte Price writes the first of a series of articles looking at what Brexit means for the UK.
WBS Career Manager Alison Collins discusses five key skills sought by recruiters across the world.
Expert insights can be hugely valuable, but we should have low expectations of their ability to forecast an intrinsically unpredictable future.
WBS academics discovers bosses ‘cracking the whip’ should be a thing of the past as happier workers produce a better share price for firms.
Two Warwick Business School academics have won awards for their research.
Critical Issues in Management students win Best Case Study Analysis based on Marissa Mayer's reign at Yahoo!
Career Manager Fay Watkin shares some insight on how you can leverage LinkedIn in your favour.
John Thanassoulis will tell the Financial Times’ Festival of Finance that the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is still a useful framework for investment.
We follow an elaborate set of rules without consulting any rule book in our daily lives according to WBS academics' theory of 'virtual bargaining’.
Nick Chater explains how a difficult decision can change how we behave and how we think making us eager to stubbornly stand by our decision.
The Warwick Luxury & Innovation Hub was launched at WBS London at The Shard, follow what happened in our blog.
How do luxury brands attract Millennials when they are turning to the new sharing economy? The Luxury & Innovation Hub looks to find out.
WBS Managerial Work and Practice module offers students chance to follow managers on their day-to-day business to learn intricacies of management.
WBS launches BSc Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship for graduates to understand how tech is reshaping innovation and entrepreneurship in the digital age
As we are seeing all too vividly at Euro 2016, when the team loses, the manager is usually the first person to get the blame.
An exhibition at Warwick Business School highlights some of the most scenic areas of Coventry according to the city's residents.
It takes children until they are five-years-old to learn to take turns according to research from Warwick Business School academic Alicia Melis.
Research measuring political and economic uncertainty in the UK has found a huge spike in uncertainty as the country nears Thursday’s EU referendum.
Ivo Vlaev told a meeting of the G20 nations in China how a five-star rating system could be used to help protect consumers when buying financial products.
Warwick Business School has been awarded the full five year re-accreditation by the EFMD's European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
Visitors were able to use an interactive map of the UK in an exhibition to illustrate the link between scenic areas and reports of better health.
Crawford Spence, Associate Dean for the Executive MBA, reveals that the MBA is still the kick-start many need to a high-flying career.
Many managers do not know the real reasons why their business is failing or succeeding, according to new research.
Voters may be clamouring for facts in the EU referendum debate but gut instinct and emotions often shape our decisions more .
The University of Warwick is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Andy Lockett as the new Dean of Warwick Business School.