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.
Empowering the most vulnerable and driving social change is something Governments, charities and NGOs have been attempting to do for decades. Haley Beer, Assistant Professor of Performance and Responsibility, is researching a foundation in India, led by Sabriye Tenberken, who has been blind since childhood, and Paul Kronenberg to find out the secret to its success.
The state of your brain can be used to predict your future decisions before you even see the options, researchers have discovered. Drawing on methodologies and theories at the cutting-edge of neuroimaging and chaos theory, Nick Lee, Professor of Marketing at Warwick Business School, Sven Braeutigam, of the University of Oxford, and Carl Senior, of Aston University, argue that this knowledge can give important insight into how and under which circumstances people might engage in risky decision-making.