Mark Johnson says Samsung’s recall of the Galaxy Note 7 phone was a case study in how not to do a recall.
The award winning Warwick Business School Mentorship Programme is set to go overseas for the first time with a pilot in Singapore.
Sensing a tsunami coming in the drinks industry she worked in, MBA alumna Sophia Nadur left the corporate world and has now launched her TG Green Tea brand.
Brexit has not only presented the Government a huge and complex problem, it has also handed the Conservatives the perfect device to push through policies.
Warwick Business School’s Full-time MBA has been ranked the best in the UK by The Economist for the second year in a row.
Former British Army Major Max Eskell says arriving at McKinsey & Company filled him with “shock and awe”.
The fourth edition of Core arrives at a time of great change with globalisation under attack and slow growth testing the boundaries of economics.
As Cuadrilla gains approval to start drilling at a site in Lancashire, Michael Bradshaw writes on why fracking is still so divisive in the UK.
Loizos Heracleous, Professor of Strategy, reveals six lessons we can learn from Steve Jobs’ rhetorical style.
Steve Jobs provides business leaders with a perfect template of how to deliver expertly tailored rhetoric, according to researchers
Relive the Warwick Business School’s Design in Business Network event at WBS London at The Shard.
A placement opportunity at The Body Shop - L’Oréal was the perfect opportunity for one WBS MBA student to gain valuable insights into the workings of a top business.
Three key practices have been uncovered to end the internal power struggles between departments that scupper firms’ attempts at creating new products.
Research has shown that models used by economists to calculate the effects of climate change policies can produce polar opposite recommendations.
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business, told BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions that it is “inevitable” the UK will miss out on foreign investment after Brexit.
Warwick Business School is to host its second annual MBA Careers Fair at WBS London at The Shard after a hugely successful launch last year.
The inaugural group of students who took the Business in Practice module have praised it as excellent preparation for life after university.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Chief Executive and MBA alumna Claire Horton has been named Charity Chief Executive of the Year.
Amazon Echo will bring genuinely helpful AI into our homes much sooner than expected according to Mark Skilton.
Shoppers looking for a bargain are pushing up the prices for everybody, new research has found.
Apple's tax troubles with the European Commission are unlikely to harm the firm in the long run according to Loizos Heracleous.
Japan's warning over its companies investment in the UK is an indication of the troubles ahead as multinational firms watch how Brexit unfolds.
A new exercise involving masks reveals how business leaders need to be aware how little control they have communicating their message in meetings.
Low interest rates have become a way of life across much of the developed world, but Andrew Sentance believes that it is time for a re-think.
How can NASA keep ahead in the space race? In this Core article WBS academic Loizos Heracleous suggests a dual strategy is required.
Many may not like Donald Trump's rhetoric, but it has been effective. Kevin Morrell reveals just why huge swathes of the US have been persuaded by Trump's speeches.
Paying tax is not just a legal obligation for multinational companies like Apple but also part of an ethical and social responsibility, says Louise Gracia.
A WBS alumna has won £1,000 as part of a national award recognising her dissertation.
Despite the UK economy picking up in the second quarter the Warwick Buisness School Forecasting System (WBSFS) expects Brexit to hit economic growth.
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 wins an Outstanding Article award from the Academy of Management Learning & Education.
Find 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.