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.
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.
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.
Scientists have calculated that excluding wind turbines from the top 10 per cent of Great Britain’s most scenic countryside will result in 18 per cent less onshore wind potential and up to 26 per cent higher costs for operators.
Nupur Gadkari has had to overcome challenges at home and the fallout from the financial crash to build a glittering career in marketing
The UK economy could see its GDP boosted almost three per cent if the Bank of England introduced its own digital coins.
A new course will help medium and mid-sized firms develop and implement a strategy for their next stage of growth as they recover from the effects of the pandemic.
Frederik Dahlmann, Associate Professor of Strategy and Sustainability, picks the books, papers and reports you need to bring the UN's Sustainable Development Goals to life.
Askar Aituov has been at the heart of Kazakhstan's growing tech start-up scene and he says Kohli and Grover's frameworks which he learned at WBS have proved invaluable.
Haley Beer details the many methods to measure a company's impact on society and why it is increasingly important that firms do
An MBA graduate who built a start-up while on the course has agreed for it to be acquired by US strategy and information management consultancy Amplifi.
The private sector is slowly wilting under the pressure to change its way and think more about saving the planet than shareholder maximisation. Frederik Dahlmann reveals how a new ecosystem can help drive change.
Zhewei Zhang and Jochem Hummel use their research to outline the steps needed by any organisation looking to use AI.
Christian Stadler picks over the bones of the shortlived European Super League and spots important lessons for organisations building their strategy.
A Warwick Business School student has won a prestigious research award for her work on business-to-business (B2B) sales during the pandemic.
Knowing what is actually going on in their company is not easy for leaders, especially those confining their daily routine to the C-suite. Maja Korica details how it should be done.
Akemi Umemura has lived in many parts of the world and found the motherhood penalty ubiquitous, but was determined to find a way to avoid it in her career.
Senior leaders and managers can learn how to build innovation and entrepreneurship into their organisation with a new three-day online programme.
Warwick Business School Associate Fellow Sanjiv Patel who lost his father to COVID-19 is taking part in a 48-hour non-stop bike ride to raise money for the crisis hitting Indian hospitals.
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.
Sakshi Mehta has been heading the digital transformation of her family business, but it wasn't until she learned about the Structuration Model of Technology that it really took off.
Six undergraduates are celebrating after winning the WBS For the Future Prize 2021 with their strategy to turn fashion retailer H&M into a truly green company.
A group of Warwick MBAs are using the tools and knowledge from their course to offer free consultancy to small businesses hit by the global pandemic.
Just 12 per cent of CFOs in the S&P and Fortune 500 are women and yet Yuval Millo's research argues firms would be more transparent, ethical and take less risks with a female heading the finances.
A new 10-part series on strategy with Core Insights host Trevor Barnes interviewing Warwick Business School's world-class academics on the subject
From navigating his way through a field of land mines to steering a law firm into new sectors, Full-time MBA Alumnus, Ben McGuire, is showing just how transferable skills from the Army are.
A group of MBA students have created WBS Black in Business to help advance black people in the business world and build racial equality.
Algorithms force online sellers to work in a "Kafkaesque" world, but Gerardo Patriotta has found they have developed a way to beat the system.
Measuring the impact an organisation has on society is increasingly called for as part of annual reporting. Haley Beer details the papers and books to help firms develop the best method.
Research by Remi Abere and Panos Constantinides has revealed that is not just tech knowledge needed in the fourth industrial age.
Engineers designing microchips have always been aided by computers, but new AI reinforcement learning is taking over and changing their job descriptions.
Accountant Chelsey Bird is celebrating after winning the Women of the Future’s MBA star award.
Why are we so obsessed with luxury goods that people will spend a small fortune on a handbag? Alicia Melis and Daniel Read dig deeper into our desire for luxury.
Healthcare professionals working from hospitals to think-tanks can learn what it takes to foster innovation in health through a new online course.
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.
AI technologies are now so ubiquitous that Johannes Habel argues it is now possible to automate nearly all of the sales funnel.
Tina Kiefer, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, investigates why some people want to be leaders and others don't, and what companies can do to find the leaders they need.
Christian Stadler reveals why companies should choose a CEO from outside the norm, rather than promoting another white guy from within - research shows it brings performance advantages.