Warwick Business School’s Executive MBA has been ranked fourth in the UK and 26th in the world by the Financial Times.
Data science students at a summer programme have used AI to predict a region’s offline population based on various data sources including satellite images and Facebook user numbers.
Billions of dollars are invested every year by instituitions like the World Bank to help entrepreneurs grow, but Mona Mensmann's research reveals a new type of training could prove far more effective - especially for women.
AI is infiltrating every industry and part of a business, but it comes with potential biases and ethical issues. Isabel Fischer lists the five reads you need to know if your AI is ethical.
Jane Egerton-Idehen has risen from the slums of Lagos and overcome barriers to be one of Facebook's few senior black women and is now trying to show others how to follow her path.
Mani Yanika is building a property booking platform with sustainability at its heart and to cater for the post-pandemic world where more of us will be working at home on our own.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has declared that the UK is moving to a "high-skill, high-wage" economy, but Nigel Driffield explains how this won't happen without increases in productivity.
The UK Government has spoken of 'levelling up' disparities as part of its economic recovery plan following the pandemic. Nick Powdthavee believes they start with the entrepreneurial gender gap.
Evergrande is the most indebted company in the world and it could go under. Qing Wang examines the repercussions if the property goes under.
Students looking to do a PhD in business, management and finance can now apply for a place on a fully-funded five-year programme at Warwick Business School.
A WBS academic has been nominated for the Distinguished Achievement Awards 2021 dubbed the “Oscars of management thinking”.
AI is becoming all pervasive and causing many policymakers to worry about its negative impact on jobs. But Jochem Hummel and his colleagues argue it can also have a profound impact on some of the world's biggest challenges.
Crowdfunding is an increasingly popular way for start-ups to get going, but will venture capitalists, who have the serious money, still be interested in them? Christos Kolympiris sets out three steps to make sure they are.
KPMG recently announce it wants nearly a third of its senior staff to be from a working class background by 2030. Marianna Fotaki, Professor of Business Ethics, explains why all companies should do more to reduce inequalities.
The pandemic has exposed staff shortages and issues for healthcare systems around the world. Graeme Currie takes a close look at the issues in the UK with policies that have global resonance.
The gas price crisis has lifted the lid on the UK's stark energy resources and the threat of the lights going out this winter. Michael Bradshaw details the web of complexities that has put the country in such a precarious position.
The University of Warwick has been named the University of the Year for Teaching Quality and runner-up for University of the Year by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022.
WBS research assistant Roberta Kirosingh has won a Parliamentary Staffer of the Year prize at the Parliament’s People Awards.
Central banks had to put in emergency measures to help collapsing economies during the pandemic. Diarmuid Murphy outlines the variety of measures taken and what lessons can be learned for future crises.
Undergraduates will find it easier to impress future employers with Warwick Business School’s enhanced degrees.
Warwick Business School has climbed into the world’s top 15 in the Financial Times’ ranking of MSc Management courses.
A Warwick Business School graduate who spent the first lockdown setting up a charity for aspiring lawyers from underrepresented backgrounds has won two major awards.
Warwick Business School’s MSc Business Analytics has been ranked 12th in the world and third in the UK.
Governments are spending billions, if not trillions, in their attempts to recover, avoid recession and restore growth. This presents an opportunity to re-engineer economies to 'build back better', making economic recovery 'green' and sustainable.
Lurid tales of people refusing the vaccination and then dying of COVID-19 are now littering the media, but is this morally the right thing for journalists to be doing? Nick Chater looks into the psychology of moral reasoning.
After months of work on a new innovation R&D teams are constantly frustrated by a lack of adoption among fellow workers. Christian Stadler and colleagues detail how to end wasting money and resources on a lack of take-up.
Despite needing a bailout during the pandemic, Virgin Atlantic is now flying towards an IPO. John Colley examines the strategic thinking behind Richard Branson's surprise move to go public.
Face masks have become part of the culture wars. Here, Nick Powdthavee explains the psychology behind masks becoming such a divisive issue.
Warwick Business School is to be part of a £1.8 million project investigating new policies that will help UK workers left behind by new automation technologies.
A WBS alumni has been using his marketing and strategy skills for pro bono during the pandemic by helping non-profit organisations.
Four MBA students won $2,500 after finishing second in the global CK Prahalad Grand Challenge organised by the University of Michigan in the US.
The pandemic saw healthcare systems around the world adopt rapid innovation. Bernard Crump details how the UK's partnership with Virgina Mason of the US helped five hospital trusts use lean principles to cope with the crisis.
Mairead Brady argues now is the time for B2B marketers to re-assess their strategy as restrictions ease and a new post-pandemic normal begins.
The global pandemic has forced healthcare systems to react incredibly quickly to cope with new innovations and processes brought in overnight. Charlotte Croft points out what healthcare leaders should read to learn from it all.
New research has enabled economic experts to pinpoint the UK’s local authorities most in need of the UK Government’s £4.8 billion Levelling Up Fund.
MBA student Natarajan Chandrasekhar saw off more than 140 competitors to win $5,000 in a worldwide hackathon.
Despite the challenge of teaching during the pandemic Warwick Business School saw its satisfaction rate rise to 89 per cent in the National Student Survey.
Accounting scandals such as Enron's collapse have blighted the business world. Jo Horton reveals the best regulatory regime to safeguard against them happening.
Executive MBA participant Adam Mapani has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours.
Warwick Business School's Industrial Relations Research Unit has hosted a webinar in memory of renowned journalist and author Robert Taylor, who passed away last year.
MBA graduate Gurpreet Singh Muctor is celebrating after a paper building on his dissertation was nominated for three awards and will see him presenting it at the prestigious 81st Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.
Since joining JP Morgan Yasmine Lemrani Alaoui has been able to lead many project teams and has found Katzenbach and Smith's model of teamwork invaluable.
Ben Braybn has been inspired by NHS saving his life to bring people together through his entrepreneurial endeavours.
Consumers might think setting their credit card repyaments to autopay would be a smart move, but Neil Stewart's research finds it can lead to paying back more not less.
An office refurbishment can give everybody a lift, but does it improve business performance? Toby Benzecry and Davide Nicolini hunt for evidence on how the design of an office can boost revenue.
Warwick Business School has been praised for its high quality standards after successfully having its accreditation renewed by one of the top three global assessing bodies.
Campaigners battling against climate change have taken on a new guise; from lawyers to shareholders. Mathieu Blondeel and Michael Bradshaw analyse the likely impact on oil companies by this new activism.
Warwick Business School’s MSc Finance course has been ranked 13th in the world and third for salary increase by the Financial Times.
Dimitrios Spyridinidos shares the five essential books that would help leaders manage a crisis and adapt to the fast-changing and uncertain world we now live in.
Warwick Business School has been named the second most influential school in the world for ‘teaching power’ in a new ranking by the Financial Times.
Parasite stress is a known phenomena and is probably happening in the pandemic. Tim Mullett has been testing how a widespread infectious disease changes people's personality.
In a rapidly-changing world, leaders need to assess the context quickly and correctly before making decisions and that, argues Tim Wray, requires 3D thinking.
The pandemic has seen healthcare produce more innovations rapidly than it ever thought possible. Eivor Oborn details how healthcare professionals can maintain the momentum after COVID.
Senior managers and executives looking to lead their organisation’s B2B marketing strategy in the post-pandemic world can access the latest theories and insights in a new executive programme.