Warwick Business School’s Executive MBA has been ranked in the world’s top 10 by The Economist, making it second in the UK and fourth in Europe. Satisfaction with the course content was rated fifth best in the world by The Economist, with salary increase after graduating and one year later both the second highest in the world.
Users of the sharing economy in the UK have grown by 60 per cent in 18 months, a new survey has found. Warwick Business School academics also found that 23 per cent of the UK population use sharing economy services more than once a month and that the more educated you are the more likely you are to be paying for the likes of Uber and Airbnb.
Students and staff at Warwick Business School are celebrating after its online MBA was ranked the best in the world by the Financial Times.
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, according to new research published in the journal Policy & Politics today.
An international study, including Warwick Business School researchers, of small and medium-sized firms has been launched to find out why some are more resilient than others when a crisis hits, at both the level of the firm and in the wider economy.