Activist hedge funds wipe more than $350,000 off a CEO’s total pay package in one year after buying up stock in the company, new research has found.
Two Warwick Business School students reached the final of the TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year awards held at Canary Wharf in London.
Warwick Business School’s customised Executive Education offering is now the fastest growing in Europe according to the Financial Times’ 2018 ranking.
Warwick Business School is launching a research network to investigate how artificial intelligence can be used to take on some of the world’s biggest challenges.
For May Core Insights is focusing on Finance. Here Markos Zachariadis and Pinar Ozcan examine how the UK's open banking iniaitive will change the sector.
For May we are taking a deeper look at Finance. Here Daniele Bianchi lists the cryptocurrencies that have the best chance of forming a long term future, beyond the hype.
Warwick Business School and the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) have launched a new course to help businesses use behavioural science.
For May Core Insights is concentrating on Finance. Here Daniele Bianchi reveals what his research into cryptocurrencies found and they are not at all like any other asset class.
Warwick Business School is celebrating as its latest Executive MBA cohort has achieved a 50:50 gender split.
Warwick Business School is launching a Warwick Diploma in Strategic Leadership for executive development - the first in a new series of diplomas.
Warwick Business School has been ranked third in the UK by The Complete University Guide 2019 for undergraduate Business and Management Studies.
The Warwick Business School-led Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) has been awarded £500,000 to research up to 10,000 of the UK’s micro-businesses.
MBA graduate Farah AbdulHadi has revealed how organising Warwick Business School’s annual Healthcare Case Challenge landed her a job at GE Healthcare.
Nick Chater's new book has confounded and challenged critics as he draws on research to argue there is no subconscious, instead we are literally making ourselves up on the spot.
April 7 is the WHO's World Health Day so we are focusing on healthcare for the month. Here, Graeme Currie explains how overcoming communication barriers between management and the frontline can save lives.
In April it is the WHO's World Health Day, so we are focusing on healthcare for the whole month. Here, Mark Skilton outlines the seven technologies that will revolutionise your hospital.
The University of Warwick has signed two major collaborations in Paris and Brussels that will see Warwick Business School working with ESSEC Business School.
On April 7 it is World Health Day and for all of April we will be focusing on healthcare. Here Ian Kirkpatrick reveals six reasons why the UK's National Health Service needs more managers not less.
On April 7 it is World Health Day and for all of April we will be focusing on healthcare. Here Panos Constantinides and Simon Rasalingham explore the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the potential value it can bring to healthcare.
The first cohort of Bank of England staff have graduated after completing an innovative new course by Warwick Business School.
Students and staff at Warwick Business School are celebrating after its online MBA was ranked the best in the world by the Financial Times.
The WBS Forecasting System (WBSFS) calculates economic growth will most likely be between one and two per cent in both 2018 and 2019.
Millions of pounds are being wasted each year on NHS management consultants who are causing a service already under pressure to be less efficient rather than making things better.
From professional footballer to binman, Scott Ward reveals how an MBA has helped him find a new life after sport, a life helping other athletes.
An international study of small and medium-sized firms has been launched to find out why some are more resilient than others when a crisis hits.
At our recent Winter graduation ceremony, we caught up with two MSc alumni to see what they have been up to since completing their studies
Warwick Business School has continued its rise up the major rankings by climbing three places to 41st in the world and fifth in the UK in the Financial Times’ Global MBA ranking.
Warwick Business School is launching a new version of its online MBA that will be based out of its WBS London base at The Shard.
Yifan Cao, who recently graduated with an MSc Business Analytics, rounded off her Masters with an award-winning dissertation project
The Postgraduate Award in Strategic Leadership embraces leadership, change, strategy, and learning from a practitioner perspective.
Revolution Bars director Fiona Regan believes an MBA can help women break down barriers in the boardroom.
International students applying to do a year-long Masters will be able to use a new streamlined visa application and gain an extra two months to find a job in the UK.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact every sector and business. Mark Skilton and co-author Felix Hovsepian reveal in a new book just how to survive it.
Warwick Business School is joining forces with the UK Government’s Nudge Unit to teach how behavioural science can improve business and policy.
The state of your brain can be used to predict your future decisions before you even see the options, researchers have discovered.
Coventry is in the “right place for new and expanding digital creative businesses”, a new report into the potential of the city’s digital creative sectors has found.
After Australia, Warwick Business School’s innovative ‘nudging’ competition has now moved into South America.
One of the central planks of globalisation - offshoring - has been found to have no effect on unemployment and on the whole boosts jobs in the home country.
The Warwick Business School Forecasting System (WBSFS) is predicting a 64 per cent chance that growth in 2018 is less than two per cent.
The Financial Times has ranked Warwick Business School 15th in its 2017 European Business School Ranking - a rise of seven places.
‘Romanticising’ political leaders such as Donald Trump can be harmful because it excludes the logic of their policies, according to new research into the popular leadership theory.
Warwick Business School’s MSc Business Analytics course has been ranked seventh in the world in a new QS World University Ranking.
Meet the graduate using her MBA to build a business promoting diversity and inclusion.
James Hayton, Professor of Entrepreneurship, told a gathering of academics, start-ups, students and industry figures that it is not at all uncommon for entrepreneurs to suffer from ‘fear of failure’.
Follow Resilience in Entrepreneurship – The Fear of Failure at Warwick Business School here from 5pm on Wednesday November 15.
Students taking Warwick Business School’s Executive MBA will now be able to concentrate on learning to be a strategic leader.
Three WBS academics cited in Richard Thaler's Nobel Prize describe the importance of the US academic's work and how behavioural economics is revolutionising policy.
The Economist has ranked Warwick Business School’s Full-time MBA the best in the UK for the third year in a row.
Warwick Business School’s innovative behavioural science competition, known as the Nudgeathon, is being taken around the world.
Bad news is better than no news at all when it comes to motivating staff, according to new research.
Marianna Fotaki revealed to a TEDx audience how government policies are needed for people to overcome their fear of immigrants.
John Thanassoulis, Professor of Financial Economics, has been appointed to the panel of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) by the UK Government.
Warwick Business School’s Executive MBA has been ranked in the world’s top 25 and fourth in the UK by the Financial Times.
NASA’s Chief Technologist Douglas Terrier reveals how “emotional alignment”, in addition to organisational alignment, is key when introducing strategic change.