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