The key factors for effective, enlightened leadership and how to put them into practice
Are entrepreneurs born or are they made? A Warwick Business School focus on the question that has puzzled researchers for years.
What is whistleblowing and how does it work? Why fear it? And how can a robust speak up system bring benefits for both the company, its workforce, and society? Prof. Marianna Fotaki of Warwick Business School highlights the key factors in designing and implementing effective speak-up arrangements.
Disability and the Employment Gap: The next equality battle for business leaders.
Fatima Alam, Warwick Business School, analyses the impact, lessons and opportunities that the Covid crisis presents for people and the globalised economy.
The PIT – a new type of training approach that makes all the difference for women entrepreneurs.
How Microfinance Can Help Entrepreneurs Beat the Poverty Trap
From the charismatic leader who has the answers to it all, to the omnipotent leader who can always save the day, she who can spin a story is the hero. […]
As firms scramble to get their emissions under control facing pressure from customers and regulators, Dr-Prof. Frederik Dahlmann from Warwick Business School explains what they may be forgetting. By CoBS […]
David Allen, WBS Distinguished Research Environment Professor at Warwick Business School, looks into the strategies that can make both employees and the organisation happy winners. With kind acknowledgements to CORE […]