Dimitrios Spyridonidis explains how today's fast-moving business world requires leadership with agility and describes the elements that make-up a true catalyst.
Foundation Year helps bright, ambitious students from under-represented groups into Higher Education
More than 800 students to graduate across three ceremonies
WBS is part of a £9 million drive to apply research to health and social care's biggest problems in the UK.
The University of Warwick has announced an action plan to improve its handling of student disciplinary and appeals processes, including those relating to sexual misconduct.
Warwick Business School has been given the seal of approval by undergraduates with 88 per cent satisfied with their course in the National Student Survey.
Augmented reality shopping apps can provide consumers with richer experiences and greater value that can lead to increased store footfall and conversion rates for brick-and-mortar retailers.
Arne Strauss, Chanuki Seresinhe and Joe Nandhakumar reveal how AI is shaping industries, our online shopping and even what we think is beautiful.
Melody Zou details how psychological ownership of an app takes hold of users through three key concepts that her research has discovered.
Warwick Business School has been ranked number one in the UK by The Economist for its Masters in Management course.
A ranking of online MBA courses has underlined Warwick Business School’s place among the global elite by rating it fourth in the world.
Algorithmic management is becoming more popular with companies, but Mareike Mohlmann's research on Uber points out the pitfalls for the unwary.
Warwick Business School's award-winning Global Mentoring Programme has been awarded international accreditation from Investors in People for the second time.
Relive the second annual Warwick Behavioural Science Summit starring Andrew Oswald, the pioneer of the economics of wellbeing.
Shainaz Firfiray explains how a shorter working week can help productivity and the health of a nation's workers.
Vimal Balasubramaniam explains how new innovations are helping to persuade more people to use banks to save their money in emerging economies like India.
Leveraged buyouts do not increase redundancies or lead to the introduction of more insecure forms of work, according to new research.
Why so many people suffer midlife crises in rich nations will be one of the topics debated at the second Warwick Behavioural Science Summit.
A trio of MBA students from Warwick Business School beat more than 50 teams to reach the final of a global Banking Innovation competition.
Here Ian Kirkpatrick reveals six reasons why the UK's National Health Service needs more managers not less.
The Guardian has ranked Warwick Business School’s Accounting & Finance undergraduate course the third best in the UK in its latest annual ranking.
A study of one of China’s fastest growing fintech start-ups has identified three tactics to rapid scaling.
Crowd sizes could be estimated more quickly and accurately by using social media platform Instagram, scientists have found.
EU students looking to start university at Warwick in 2020 have been guaranteed their course fees will remain at UK levels.
Nine teams will be battling to win £4,500 in the annual WBS Healthcare Case Challenge which centres on digital engagement.
Chendi Zhang explains how investors should look for companies spending big on CSR if they want to protect their investments during a recession.
Ana Glavao reveals a new model that gives a far more up-to-date picture of what is going on with a country's GDP.
Warwick Business School has been ranked in the world’s top 50 for its customised Executive Education programmes.
A sustainable agricultural system has won Warwick Business School’s inaugural For the Future prize.
The annual ranking from Latin America's leading business magazine has placed WBS in the world's top 10.
A report on new research by Redzo Mujcic and Andrew Oswald on finding a strong link between eating fruit and vegetables and improving mental health.
Former Bank of England economist Paul Fisher explains
Falling share prices at Uber and Lyft reveal dangers for investors, warns Professor of Practice John Colley.
Warwick Business School has partnered with Heropreneurs to offer ex-military personnel the chance to win a bursary to do an MBA
MBA graduate Jann Gardner is Chief Executive of Golden Jubilee Foundation at NHS Scotland. We talk to her about innovation in healthcare.
John Thanassoulis explains the history behind the UK's ring-fencing of banks and examines whether it will really work.
Ivo Vlaev has been researching the effect of nudges to improve healthcare. Here, he explains which ones work and how healthcare managers can use them.
Rene Wiedner's research on implementing change in the UK's NHS has brought valuable lessons for professionals working in the healthcare industry.
Warwick Business School has partnered with Heropreneurs to offer ex-military personnel the chance to win a 100 per cent bursary to do an MBA.
Nick Chater reveals where our personalities come from and how they are more like traditions than genetically buried traits deep inside us.
Dr Arne Strauss was part of a research project to cope with increased European air traffic.
Dr Maja Korica on what went wrong at Nissan, why, and what must change after Carlos Ghosn's departure.
Finding purpose in your job is becoming increasingly important for milllennial workers. Haley Beer and Edward Gamble believe Buddhism can help firms build deliver this.
Microchipping workers is becoming increasingly used by companies to track employees, but Shainaz Fifriray says there are significant risks to employee welfare and big ethical questions.
Employers who want to attract more job applicants – particularly younger ones – should talk about their work-life balance policies when recruiting.
Maja Korica argues only a robot tax can help compensate society for the automation of millions of jobs that the fourth industrial revolution will bring.
IBM's Steve Wood reveals the race among companies to be the connected device in our homes and at work and how Watson can help.
Tech giants have come together to drive innovations and produce connected smart cities. Sotirios Paroutis has joined them and explains how fog computing is the next step in technology's evolution.
IBM has been experimenting with office design to get the best out of its teams. João Baptista reveals what he found inside with IBM's Kamaran Sheikh.
Employers’ feedback is being fed into a revamped MSc Human Resource Management & Employment Relations course to develop students’ practical and analytical skills.
New analysis provides ammunition for those calling for a second referendum.
Maja Korica reveals why diversity and inclusion have to be part of every business leaders' strategy to grow and produce more innovation.
Leading the innovation process is vitally important for business in the fast-paced world of the fourth industrial revolution. Deniz Ucbasaran and Andy Lockett find plenty of lessons from Jazz.
Scientists have provided the first large-scale quantitative evidence that people are happier in more beautiful surroundings.