13 March 2018
There was much coverage of Flutter at the Mobile World Congress but Juha Uotila argues it can tell us a lot about Google's long term strategy.
13 March 2018
Increasing automation is threatening millions of jobs across the world. Maja Korica argues the evidence points towards Universal Basic Income (UBI) as the only solution for society.
06 March 2018
Some industries were forced to turn down their use of gas as the UK suffered a shortage during a cold snap. Michael Bradshaw, warns the UK's aging infrasctructure needs improvements fast.
01 March 2018
Alumni Careers Manager Caroline Egan offers some guidance on the best ways to deal with career transitions.
13 February 2018
The first week of February saw $4 trillion wiped off the value of shares around the world with the Vix index reaching record levels. Philippe Mueller explains how the Vix is has become an asset class.
02 February 2018
In our latest careers blog, WBS Alumni Careers Manager Sonja Stockton examines how an effective LinkedIn profile can help attract the best opportunities for your next career move.
18 January 2018
John Colley looks over the carnage of Carillion's collapse to see what the Government should do next and the future of public-private partnerships.
16 January 2018
Empowering the most vulnerable and driving social change is something Governments, charities and organisations have been attempting to do for decades. Haley Beer is researching a charity in India to find out the secret to its success.
09 January 2018
BBC's Carrie Gracie has raised the issue of the gender pay gap after resigning from her post as China editor because of the disparity with her male counterparts. Marianna Fotaki, Professor of Business Ethics, writes that the issue is actually worsening.
05 January 2018
What better time than the start of a new year to look at ways to reinvigorate your career? In our latest careers article, WBS Alumni Careers Manager, Caroline Egan offers six strategies to do just that.
14 December 2017
In an effort to increase the number of organs available for transplant the UK's Department of Health is proposing a move to 'presumed consent'. Ivo Vlaev weighs up the evidence.
11 December 2017
Cryptocurrency Bitcoin has risen steeply in value since its inception in 2009, with many calling it a bubble, but Daniele Bianchi, Assistant Professor of Finance, argues it is becoming a legitimate asset class.
24 November 2017
John Colley believes Chinese tech giant Tencent has offered beleagured CEO Evan Spiegel a way out of Snap Inc.
13 November 2017
Gerry McGivern reveals what makes a good leader and how you can start to acquire the skills to become one.
08 November 2017
Christian Stadler and colleagues reveal how the UK's top companies have a long history of prefering new markets outside of Europe compared to their EU conterparts.
03 November 2017
Qing Wang believes Apple's new £1,000 phone is its second attempt at moving into the 'new luxury' market and is likely to work this time
27 October 2017
Lisa Carr from the alumni careers team explores the reality of career change for experienced professionals and examines some common myths.
16 October 2017
Worker representation on company boards is well established in Germany but Hossam Zeitoun, warns the British economy is structurally unsuited to such a move by the UK Government.
29 September 2017
Lisa Carr from our alumni careers team examines how best to navigate the tricky subject of asking for a raise.
13 September 2017
Maja Korica argues a robot tax is the only reasonable option if Artifical Intelligence machines do, as predicted, make millions of workers unemployed.
11 September 2017
John Colley, a former MD of a FTSE 100 company, assesses the huge challenge ahead for new Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
31 August 2017
Kevin Mole, Associate Professor of Enterprise, on the questions every business owner should ask themselves before taking the plunge.
25 August 2017
This month Lisa Carr from our alumni careers team shares her insider guide to the assessment centre process and her top tips for success
25 August 2017
Careers Manager, Sarah Jackson explains the range of support services on offer to WBS part-time MBA students
17 August 2017
Michael Bradshaw believes arguments over shale gas may become irrelevant as it will soon be cheaper to import gas and to meet carbon budgets it will be gone by the 2030s.
31 July 2017
In our latest careers blog Lisa Carr from our alumni careers team examines trends in the use of video interviewing and shares her tips for success.
30 July 2017
John Colley believes the spiralling valuations of Silicon Valley firms are unjustified and are heading for a sudden fall.
27 July 2017
Mark Skilton reveals why businesses should be moving their IT systems to the cloud.
26 July 2017
Bob Thomson, Professor of Practice in the Organisation & Human Resource Management group, reveals how to handle an employee whose negativity is upsetting the team.
23 July 2017
Frederik Dahlmann looks at why SMEs should take the time to investigate ways of reducing their carbon footprint.
06 July 2017
Chengwei Liu reveals the pitfalls of succession and three ways business leaders can make sure it goes smoothly.
30 June 2017
In this month’s careers blog Careers Manager Lisa Carr outlines how to write a cover letter with impact.
30 June 2017
With Travis Kalanick out of the way John Colley explores the strategic options for Uber with the ride-hailing app facing attacks from all angles.
13 June 2017
David Arnott reveals five strategies to stop yourself procastinating and to manage your time effectively
24 May 2017
In our latest careers blog WBS Careers Manager Lisa Carr offers advice on how to master the art of networking.
28 April 2017
Everyone has a personal brand. Do you know what yours is? In this latest careers advice article WBS Careers Manager, Lisa Carr, offers eight steps to do just that.
06 April 2017
WBS academic Piers Ibbotson discusses creativity and its role in business as well as how a misunderstanding of creativity often hinders many individuals.
30 March 2017
Shainaz Firfiray discusses how millennials have led to a shift in the hiring process as they bring different demands and skills to the table.
22 March 2017
Loizos Heracleous argues lax strategy is at the heart of the Japanese conglomerate's financial problems.
17 March 2017
John Colley believes the changing nature of investment is leading to an easyJet effect with many no longer happy to cough up for things they do not need - leaving fund managers in a bind.
13 March 2017
Warwick Business School Professor Kevin Morrell discusses how austerity has put far more pressure on the police.
13 March 2017
Pietro Micheli believes the threat of robots taking over millions of jobs can be mitigated if companies adopted human-centred design.
10 March 2017
Hari Tsoukas looks at the leadership of Uber co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick and how a frank admission can help.
09 March 2017
John Lyon offers some advice on how co-founders of new start-ups can build their relationship in order to help their business grow.
03 March 2017
Markos Zachariadis offers some insights into voice recognition technology as Santander rolls out the latest upgrades on its own version of the technology
02 March 2017
With the proposed €29 billion merger between the London Stock Exchange Group and Deutsche Börse in serious doubt John Colley details how Brexit has played a large part in its demise.
28 February 2017
In light of an independent report for the government proposing targets to ensure boardroom diversity WBS academics Dulini Fernando and Shainaz Firfiray argue companies need to look beyond simple quotas and box ticking.
23 February 2017
WBS academic Markos Zachariadis answers a Q&A on FInTech and how WBS students looking to get into the sector can go about it.
17 February 2017
Snapchat owner Snap Inc is the latest Californian tech company to propose an IPO, but John Colley, Professor of Practice in the Strategy & International Business Group, believes there are signs of a growing wariness among investors.
15 February 2017
WBS academic Loizos Heracleous believes Ineos' move into the automotive sector to fill the void left by Land Rover Defender is an unusual decision.