Companies that build formal collaborations with rivals boost their business performance, new research has found.
Analysis of millions of photographs on Flickr has found that protests can be mapped across the world as they happen.
An all-woman team from Warwick Business School pocketed £4,500 after winning a case challenge focused on helping dementia sufferers.
The combination of hip-hop, rooftop lounges, company big shots and Wall Street sound like a movie, but for one WBS graduate it's just an average week.
WBS Professor, David Allen, has been named as the new Editor-in-Chief of the respected four star publication the Journal of Management
Careers Manager Fay Watkin explores what advantages can be gained from using the tools, techniques and frameworks of strategy.
Finland’s Finnair and TAP Portugal have emerged as the two least polluting carriers in a study of 20 of the world’s biggest airlines.
With a flood of Prince albums and singles entering the US billboard chart research reveals just how much the death of a star affects sales.
Six students from Warwick Business School have won £15,000 after their Fintech idea wowed judges at the SWIFT Business Forum London.
As the world celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, we look at how the Bard is more relevant than ever for the business world.
Study suggests financial analysts’ real skills do not lie in their forecasting, but in the information they provide to other industry analysts.
A novel approach to utilising an iconic part of Britain’s culture - the red telephone box - has won this year’s WBS Big Deal competition.
As Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday here are five reasons why she is a distinct advantage for UK business.
A competition starts on Friday to help tackle the global ageing population that is causing huge problems to healthcare systems across the world.
Four teams from Warwick Business School have reached the final of the inaugural SWIFT Institute Challenge at the SWIFT Business Forum London.
Volkswagen may have seen sales fall in Europe but the German giant has a bigger problem than the fall-out from the emissions scandal.
Healthcare professionals can improve their managerial skills with the new Executive MBA with Healthcare Specialism.
Warwick Business School’s Mentoring Programme for students and alumni has been awarded Investors in People accreditation.
Nick Chater is to examine how changing people’s behaviour can reduce the UK’s carbon emissions after joining the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).
Excessive drinkers are more likely to seek help if they are told where their drinking ranks compared to other people, according to new WBS research.
WBS alumnus Stefan van der Fluit grew up in Silicon Valley and has now taken his start-up to Amsterdam. We found out about the Nuklius journey so far.
Shainaz Firfiray says pay gap still perseveres at highest levels of education due to gender discrimination and unconscious bias.
WBS researchers have found that data on Google searches could provide insight into the interests and concerns of different demographic groups.
For one WBS alumna being named top of the CIO 100 list is as much a way of trailblazing for her gender as it is a personal achievement.
WBS Careers Manager, Fay Watkin, explores the importance of self-awareness in relation to career development.
WBS alumnus Martin Bramwell has successfully completed his epic journey and rowed the Atlantic.
Police officers and academics revealed how to improve public confidence in policing at a conference at Warwick Business School.
Warwick Business School has been ranked in the world’s top 25 for its business and management courses by the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
How to improve public confidence in UK policing will be explored at a conference held by Warwick Business School.
As CEOs become like football managers, and considered stars in their own right, WBS Professor, Christian Stadler, discusses a new style of leadership.
New research has found company strategy involves just as much emotion as it does hard facts and cold calculating, Ian Wylie finds out more
Imagineer’s 20ft tall mechanical Godiva symbolically welcomed the region’s business and civic leaders to a special event at Warwick Business School.
Social tech firms are the hot stock for investors these days, yet a look at their balance sheet would put most people off.
WBS has been included in a €2.1 billion project to improve air safety and pollution levels in the European Union.
Mark Taylor, Dean of Warwick Business School, told Sky News he is cautiously optimistic the Budget will see the Chancellor reach a surplus by 2020.
Gregory Doran told the BBC’s Richard Dimbleby Lecture held at WBS London at The Shard that access to Shakespeare is every child’s “birthright”.
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.
WBS MSc Business (Consulting) students were given the opportunity to find out the ups and downs of being a consultant in a specially arranged session.
More than 200 students were in attendance as AIESEC Warwick hosted a conference designed to develop globally minded, forward-thinking and inspiring leaders.
Warwick Business School will be hosting the BBC’s annual Richard Dimbleby Lecture at its London base at The Shard.
Environmental entrepreneurs are being forced to forgo some of their green ideals according to new research from Professor Deniz Ucbasaran.
The two-year WBS Mentoring Programme offers participants the ability to gain real value from advice given by a mentor from the WBS alumni community.
Behavioural Science students networked with the likes of Ogilvy Change, the Bank of England and the Nudge Unit at WBS London at The Shard.
Why are some pages on Wikipedia so much longer than others? New research from Aleksi Aaltonen has found an answer.
David Elmes told the BBC’s Today programme that the ‘Big Six’ energy providers are struggling in the face of turbulent market conditions.
Loizos Heracleous examines which of the big tech giants he would choose to invest in if he could only pick one to back for the next 10 years.
Relive the Changing Faces of Female Influencers Conference at WBS London at The Shard.
Fiza Farhan, Warwick Business School graduate, has been appointed to the UN's High-Level Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment.
Warwick Business School’s Distance learning MBA has been ranked first in the UK and second in the world by the Financial Times.
Getting more women and ethnic diversity into the boardroom has been on the agenda of organisations, campaigners and governments for some time, but it still hasn’t happened. Ian Wylie finds out why.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home CEO Claire Horton will be speaking at an event to celebrate International Women's Day at WBS London at The Shard.
Despite women having more economic power and influence than ever there’s mounting evidence that advertising to the female market is failing.
Business managers are living a ‘rationality façade’ by using strategy tools and are missing a key ingredient in decision-making – emotion.
Former EY Entrepreneur Of The Year winner John Lyon says he is still using the contacts he made from entering the competition he participated in 2005.