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Organisations visit campus to discuss group projects and start exploring internships.
Industrial Technology Research Institute gathering insights into the way the UK does industrial strategy.
Novelty 'sweet spot' makes R&D committees more likely to fund a project, say Ammon Salter and colleagues in this article for Harvard Business Review.
Risk taking, passion, persistence and time commitment are all favourable entrepreneurial traits.
You know it's serious when even Google and Paypal have been targeted, say Emma Williams in this Conversation piece.
Higher education analysts QS have ranked our Executive MBA as one of the 20 best in Europe.
MSc students are taking part in a new challenge to raise money for six local charities.
A difference in psychology could explain the difference in rewards, says Chris Dawson in this article for The Conversation.
A case co-authored by Professor Mike Lewis has won its category at the Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2017.
Information isn't always key to changing people's behaviour, say Pete Nuttall and Avi Shankar in The Conversation.
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) has reaccredited the Bath MBA for the maximum period of five years.
'Shop Well For Less' helps families across the UK stop their bad shopping habits.
The way HR directors are viewed by senior management colleagues has changed, says Veronica Hope Hailey in this CIPD blog post.
When Ben Tyrrell sold his moving company, his revenues topped $10 million. Had he taken the Bath MBA beforehand, he thinks he could have sold it for more.
Universities should take a more active role in the debate over whether business is good or bad for societies
The Bath MBA was a Finalist at the AMBA Golden Awards, having been shortlisted for the prize alongside just six other leading business schools.
Doing well at work can often lead to getting more to do, say Nick Kinnie and Bruce Rayton in this Conversation article
Jürgen Enders and Rajani Naidoo have joined the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE)
Use of 'creative accounting techniques' will rise in Republican-governed states, according to new research
Leaders need to understand the broader roles of business and society, says Veronica Hope Hailey in this Business Reporter interview
Kapil Reddy is one of the first recipients of our Foulathi Scholarship scheme to support entrepreneurs
Serial entrepreneurs benefit from the extra experience, says Professor Dimo Dimov in this Guardian article
Professor Andrew Crane talks about new ways of thinking about the social, ethical and environmental dimensions of business at this 50th Anniversary event
CEO of Unilever Paul Polman speaks at 50th anniversary event
Study finds countries that invest more in family-friendly welfare policies boast more women in the boardroom
Nicola Cardy is flying the flag for women in business
Two-year MBA programmes in the US suffer. Cheaper, one-year European MBA programmes are on the rise
New research partnership will establish the Hinkley Point C Supply Chain Innovation Lab
For almost a decade, Ivan Muñoz worked in finance in his native Mexico. Determined to pursue a career in Europe, he relocated to our School of Management for his MBA
John Lewis' Christmas advert is highly anticipated and guaranteed to get Britain spending, say Avi Shankar and Tim Hill in this Conversation article.
We are delighted to announce the launch of three new Indian scholarships to commemorate the University’s 50th anniversary.
Former John Lewis CEO Andrew Street is switching to politics. He's got what it takes, argues Veronica Hope Hailey in this Conversation article.
Richard Fairchild joins the discussion about `Black Swan' events and how to mitigate financial risks.
Jordanna Ber relocated thousands of miles across the Atlantic to pursue an MBA with us.
Avi Shankar asks if Patagonia's business model is one to follow in his Conversation article
The School of Management Student Association (SoMSA) began its second year with an exclusive Media Masterclass.
The Committee on Standards on Public Life recently invited Ania Zalewska to speak at the launch of the public report Striking the Balance.
Over 100 SMEs in the automotive and aerospace industries think they will benefit from working with IAAPS, says Phil Tomlinson.
Universities have a role to play in Colombian peace, says university leader.
Stern colludes with a state of affairs that harbours grave troubles for institutions, students, graduates and society at large, writes Yiannis Gabriel in The Conversation.
Corporate finance expert tells Forbes magazine that equity crowdfunding comes with its problems. Read the original article
It's the adverts we notice least which work the most, says Robert Heath in this Conversation article.
22 August: Why a growing number of working mothers are choosing to go freelance in the corporate world
High fees and independence make consultancy a popular option for professionals with families, writes David Cross in The Conversation.
The Home Office have selected us for a pilot scheme giving one-year master's students the opportunity to benefit from a streamlined visa application process.
Professor Ania Zalewska and Brazilian colleagues are investigating how companies voted for governance reforms.
MSc students from the Innovation & Technology Management degree were invited to visit the BMW Oxford Mini Plant recently.
Students recently enjoyed a private tour of the McLaren Technology Centre.
Business Administration students James Courtney and Harry Cobbold among students pitching ideas in Silicon Valley and New York’s tech sector.
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Latest innovations in research methods come under the spotlight as the University hosts ESRC’s 7th Research Methods Festival.
Whatever happens in the referendum, Britain will continue negotiating the terms of its relationship with Europe. Game theory might offer some insights, says Richard Fairchild in this Conversation article.
At this IPR seminar, Veronica Hope Hailey discussed the vanished perception of the public sector as a model employer.
Six expert panellists dicussed a range of topics at our EU referendum event on 2 June.
MSc students will begin the practice track element of their degree this month. Seven companies will support the MSc Practice Track project. Students apply learned concepts and theories to practical problems and issues. In teams they analyse business challenges presented to them by one of the supporting companies. Using skills gained during their course, they have two weeks to develop solutions.
Alan Butt Philip investigates the argument that British people are represented by their national parliament than by the EU.
The University of Bath School of Management is 1st for Marketing in the Complete University Guide 2017. The school also took 2nd place in the Business and Management and Accounting and Finance subject groups.
The Government may soon allow universities that excel at teaching to raise their fees. In this Conversation article Roger King explores this competitive landscape.
The beautiful game is not a normal business, says Yiannis Gabriel in this piece for the Conversation.
Lack of attention makes it easier for scammers, says Adam Joinson in this Nature article.
Robin Shields paper finds that universities are more likely to interact with institutions that are closer to them.
Find out how our International Centre for Higher Education Management is working with international institutions to guide policy and train higher education leaders of the future.
New presence in the heart of the capital to be used for School of Management seminars and programmes.
25 April 2016: Rajani Naidoo warns of higher education's competition fetish in Worldviews Annual Lecture
Professor Rajani Naidoo recently delivered the 2016 Worldviews Annual Lecture on Media and Higher Education. Her talk at the University of Toronto warned against the fetishisation of competition in higher education.
The world-ranked MBA programme at Bath recently underwent a strategic review and as a result, a revised programme has been announced featuring a number of exciting changes.
In this Management Today article, Dr Iain Davies comments on how fashion retailers' ethical credentials don't necessarily affect consumer behaviour.
Dr Lukasz Piwek appeared on 4 April edition of ABC Australia's Health Report. He discussed the benefits of using a fitness tracker compared to a smart phone (9m 52s). He also discussed fitness trackers' potential use in healthcare settings (24m 57s). Listen to the programme or read a full transcript .
Third year student James Courtney has won the University's student business plan competition. He will put his restaurant reward scheme app idea into practice during his placement year.
A social enterprise founded by Bath alumni has completed its first impact consulting projects in Nairobi. Tom Fairburn and Toby Hanington graduated with a BSc in Business Administration in 2014.
Business Administration students Emma Robinson and Adam Bevan are among ten finalists for Management Undergraduate of the Year.
PhD student David Cross was named runner-up at the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Bath Finals on 23 March.
David Cross was recently crowned Management winner of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) campus heat. He will compete for a place in the national final on Wednesday 23 March.
Two of our undergraduates have launched a free website, Interrail Planner, to help Interrail travellers. Over 450 people have signed up since its launch in February.
We have ranked joint first place in the country for universities that students would recommend to their friends. Published today, the THE Student Experience Survey places Bath fifth nationwide for overall experience.
The School of Management Students Association (the SoMSA) hosted their first official event recently. It was titled 'Is strategy essential to creativity?' and featured presentations from leading experts in the creative industry.
Professor of Consumer Research Avi Shankar is part of a new BBC One show that looks at how we shop and opens our eyes to a smarter way to buy.
In this piece for the Conversation, Research Fellow Emma Williams explores the psychology of mass-market scams.
People Management caught up with Professor Veronica Hope-Hailey to unpick the ‘hard’ concepts that underpin trust, and find out why many organisations are measuring engagement incorrectly.
MBA student Mohammad Al Safadi recently spoke at the Remote Healthcare Middle East Conference in Abu Dhabi. Mohammad, a Chevening scholar, discussed opportunities to increase the quality of healthcare in crisis areas.
PhD candidate David Cross recently won the Management heat of the Bath Three Minute Thesis competition. On 23 March he will compete for a place in the national competition . You can find out more and watch David's performance on the research marketing blog.
In Redcar, a town in the north-east of England, the community is reeling from the closure of a steelworks. More than 1,000 of the workers who were made redundant are looking for work four months later.
Making and selling cigarettes may not be an edifying business, but it is a very lucrative one. In 2013 the profit of the world’s top six tobacco companies was US$44.1 billion – equivalent to the combined profits of Coca-Cola, Walt Disney, General Mills, FedEx, AT&T, Google, McDonald’s and Starbucks. The problem is that this profit is made almost entirely from a product that kills many of its long-term users.
Four undergraduates have been selected to take part in the finals of the KPMG International Case Competition. They will travel to Dubai in April to compete at the International Finals.
A survey of over 18,000 UK academics shows that the majority are committed to helping the British economy grow by engaging with employers and wider society.
Researchers say measures to reduce smoking would be more successful if policy makers intervened to curb the vast profitability of the tobacco industry.
The electric car has yet to hit the mainstream.
Pierre McDonagh, professor of marketing at the University of Bath, delves into the steps to get electric vehicles in more driveways.
Focusing on the negatives of migration is easy, but leads to underuse or exploitation, argues Florence Karaba. In this piece for the Conversation, she describes how businesses can benefit by hiring from this pool of employees.
Nearly 20 million fitness trackers were sold last year. These digital devices – which track everything from heart-rate to the number of steps you take – are sold on the promise that they will help the owner lose weight and become fitter and happier. Unfortunately, like many sports performance products, research to support their usefulness is limited.
Forbes magazine has named alumnus Felix Haffa on the inaugural 30 Under 30 Europe List.
Benchmarks that measure the performance of pension funds, and fees charged to consumers by investment fund managers, require greater scrutiny, suggests new research from our School of Management.
MSc students from the School of Management are taking part in a week-long project designed to help them enhance their business knowledge.
The University of Bath School of Management is seeking applications to its PhD Studentships by outstanding individuals who want to pursue professional academic careers
Join us on 3 February for a free event showcasing the University's exciting and wide-ranging research.
14 January 2016: Professor Roger King, comments on University regulation for the University World News
Visiting Professor Roger King, who led the Higher Education Commission’s work on a new regulatory landscape, questions whether the government really is offering students adequate protection.
The case for collaboration: organisations expect a more value-added contribution from accountants at various levels of experience according to Dr Philip Cooper.
Rob is one of seventy-two individuals elected to this prestigious Fellowship which brings together those at the forefront of employment issues.
Students on the Strategic Financial Decisions module of our BSc in Accounting and Finance experienced two exciting interactions with Harley-Davidson recently.
Dr Robert Heath writes in The Guardian that emotion presented subtly in ads works far better than ramming it down your throat, which is currently the most popular strategy used by marketers at Christmas.
A team of postgraduate students from the School of Management organised a vintage Christmas tea party for local people with dementia to bring back memories of Christmas past, at Alzheimer’s Society’s Pinelea Day Centre in Midsomer Norton.
If feedback from senior managers, employees and HRs themselves is anything to go by, performance management is under-performing.
Annual appraisals are viewed as an inefficient chore, and systems which rank employees as potentially divisive. For instance, the opaque metrics and individual managers' preferences which often determine bonuses can cause disputes at this time of year. The difficulty is deciding what should replace existing evaluation methods.
The Paris climate talks have been heralded as a historic deal. But while they have been praised for the very feat of reaching an agreement and for setting an ambitious aim to keep warming below 2℃ and endeavouring to limit it to 1.5℃, the agreement has been criticised for being weak. In terms of achieving the 1.5℃ limit, it is up to the states themselves to change their behaviour and they can pull out of the agreement at any point. This, however, might not be such a bad thing.
A social media platform called Yik Yak that has taken universities by storm is also raising concerns over anonymous cyberbullying of students and academics. Yik Yak, which lets users comment anonymously on events and issues in their local area, has been at the centre of allegations of bullying and other forms of abuse.
Olympic hurdler Lawrence Clarke, who finished fourth in the London 2012 Olympic Games 110m Hurdles Final, will graduate with an Msc in Management at Bath Assembly Rooms on Tuesday 8 December.
Kostas Iatridis discusses the benefits of tackling climate change in Europe, even for those countries in economic crisis, for The Conversation.
Removing constraints on the minimum number of shares that can be traded in a single transaction on the stock exchange would benefit individual investors and exchanges around the world, according to new research.
Dr Rob Branston, Dr Felicia Fai, and Dr Phil Tomlinson have conducted a research report on the importance of international trade fairs for stimulating innovation in the ceramic industry.
26 November 2015: Visiting Professor Roger King discusses effects of the Spending Review on education
Chancellor George Osborne has set out government spending plans up to 2020. Prof King, amongst other experts, gives his thoughts on how the axe has fallen
The University of Bath has jumped five places to a record high of 7th in this year’s QS ‘50 under 50’ rankings of the world’s best universities under 50 years of age.
On 6 November the Hungarian Ambassador visited the University as part of the Embassy's new strategic plan to meet with Hungarian students to share information on Hungary's place in Europe.
Professor Ania Zalewska has taken part in an expert roundtable discussion on the ethical standards of regulators, organised by the Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL).
Professor Yiannis Gabriel discusses how our perception of consumers has changed in The Guardian.
Universities in the UK face a shakeup in the way they are regulated if proposals set out by the government in a new green paper go ahead as planned; Visiting Professor Roger King writes for The Conversation.
Dr Robert Heath discusses with Radio 5 Live strategies used by advertising companies [listen from 02.44.29].
10 November 2015: Professor Veronica Hope Hailey featured in HR Magazine on why trust is key to building meaning and purpose at work
Leaders need to take responsibility for scandals and “it’s not good enough” for CEOs to claim that they knew nothing of the unethical activities going on in their organisations, according to HR Most Influential Thinker Veronica Hope Hailey.
Donald Lancaster writes an article for The Conversation discussing "In" campaign strategies for the 2017 EU referendum.
Despite cries of foul play, it should not come as a surprise to anyone that the UK steel industry has lost its edge – it was actually lost a while ago. The official line – low prices and a global glut brought on by excess Chinese supply and low demand – is true to some extent. But it tells only part of the story. Dr Baris Yalabik writes in The Conversation.
With the growth of private universities in Africa, Prof Rajani Naidoo warns that programmes such as medicine and engineering at public universities 'may be placed in a vulnerable position'.
Professor Rajani Naidoo is quoted in University World News on what higher education institutions can do for refugees.
It is clearly very important for universities to contribute to their cities, regions and countries. However, many of the major issues facing humankind such as the destruction of the environment, rising inequality and violence across borders can only be solved by countries and universities working together.
Research from our Department for Health and School of Management has contributed to a recent report by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Smoking and Health calling on the Chancellor to increase tobacco taxes, to fund a reduction in smoking prevalence.
Frank Ludwig, Director of Manufacturing at Rolls-Royce, recently addressed over 300 students from across the School of Management and Faculty of Engineering and Design in a talk on the history of Rolls-Royce.
The study involves reading a scenario and answering a questionnaire. It will take place in 8W 1.25 and participants will be reimbursed £5 for their time.
The University is to provide advanced leadership training to senior South African Higher Education professionals in a ground-breaking new partnership with the South African Government.
Professor Rob Briner, Professor of Organisational Psychology, and Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean of the School of Management, have been listed in the top 5 HR most Influential UK Thinkers 2015.
29 September 2015: New report shows HR professionals are providing increasingly sophisticated support behind the scenes of transformational change
A new report by Professors Julia Balogun and Veronica Hope Hailey developed with the Chartered Institute of Professional Development highlights that, just as CEOs and business leaders have demonstrated a greater understanding of what is necessary to implement deep and sustainable change in recent years, senior HR professionals have equally enhanced their knowledge and expertise in the design of change techniques.
Potteries capital Stoke-on-Trent, in Staffordshire, England, is currently hosting the fourth British Biennial Ceramics festival, an eight-week exhibition and international showcase.
Standard financial economics theory states that trading trends are based on rational investors’ expectations of future cashflows, discounted back to wherever the stock had got to at that point. But has the VW share price reaction followed that rationale?
The Times & Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 has ranked the School of Management as first for Business Studies, and fifth for Accounting and Finance, in the UK.
Bruce gives his opinion on studying abroad and how it enriches not only the student's experience, but also the campus they visit.
Professors Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean of the School of Management, and Julia Balogun, Associate Dean for Research, hosted a special reception as part of the annual Academy of Management conference last month.
A new report identifies a clear business and social case for a new motorway junction at Emersons Green, east of Bristol. The report was launched at the House of Commons by the Gateway2Growth campaign – an action group made up of MPs, business leaders and local supporters.
15 September 2015: Making electric cars fun: why the newest Porsche runs on batteries. Pierre McDonagh featured in The Converstation
After a slow start, electric vehicles are gaining in popularity. London is now host to an electric car-sharing service, which proved successful in Paris.
Leaders of UK universities’ international branch campuses often have little managerial experience and rarely receive enough support from their home institutions, a study has found.
Entrepreneurs are often told to think more socially. It’s what consumers increasingly want to see in the brands they buy from.
For some a social conscience is integral to their business blueprint. For others, it’s something they factor in their growth strategy. Will it influence the people who have the investment capital they need for that growth?
The Academy of Management Annual Meeting is the premier conference for more than 10,000 students, academics, scholars, and professionals in the scholarly management and organization space. The 75th Annual Meeting was recently held in Vancouver, Canada.
17 August 2015: Professor Jürgen Enders appointed as member of review panel for four Swedish research funders.
Professor Jürgen Enders has been appointed as an expert member to a review panel of the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte), the Swedish Research Council Formas, Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (RJ) and the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet, VR).
MSc in Innovation and Technology Management (ITM) students visited the Mini plant in Oxford recently where they had the opportunity to learn about new product development and management at BMW. Tom Festa, Project Manager, talked about his experience of managing the development of new Mini models from an initial idea to car production. The group was hosted by Martin Baker, Talent Management Manager for Europe, who highlighted intern opportunities and graduate jobs available to our students.
The University of Bath School of Management has been awarded Chartered Status for its MBA by the Chartered Institution of Procurement & Supply (CIPS). The Bath MBAis now a globally recognised postgraduate qualification for CIPS members seeking chartered status.
Much standard economics research is based on the “homo economicus”decision-maker. This is an entirely rational being. An unbiased, unemotional, non-psychological maximiser of the expected usefulness of things and events. Furthermore, this perfect decision-maker is far-sighted, and has complete self-control.
Lise Kingo, alumna of the Bath MSc in Responsibility and Business Practice, has been appointed as Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact. She will assume the role on 1st September 2015, succeeding George Kell who retires later this year.
ICHEM led a session on the role of transnational higher education on global wellbeing and new imperialism at the British Council Going Global Conference.
16 July 2015: Professor Avi Shankar wins 'Best Paper in Conference' at the Academy of Marketing Conference 2015
Professor Avi Shankar has won ‘Best Paper in Conference’ at the Academy of Marketing Conference 2015, for his paper ‘A critical reconceptualization of Marketplace Cultures: The Ambiguity of Socialization and the Centrality of Play’ co-authored with Stephen O’Sullivan.
BSc in International Management and Modern Languages student Stephanie Hawkins was one of 30 specially selected candidates who attended The Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing (IDM) Marketing Summer School, which took place in London from 22-26 June 2015.
Dr Phil Tomlinson and Professor Christos Pitelis have contributed to an Institute for Policy Research (IPR) report which challenges the effectiveness of austerity policies in the UK and Eurozone.
HR directors should spend longer making decisions to ensure they are evidence-based, professor of organisational psychology at the University of Bath’s School of Management Rob Briner has said.
“Integrating emotions into the analysis of institutional work”, (Academy of Management Review, 2012) written by Professor Russ Vince and his co-author, Professor Maxim Voronov of Brock University, Canada has been selected as a winning paper in the prestigious Emerald Citations of Excellence for 2015.
8 July 2015: Russ Vince wins the 2014 ‘That’s Interesting Award’ from the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS)
Students with vocational qualifications are less likely to get a First or a 2.1, research shows, with the differences in degree outcome greatest at research-intensive universities.
An award-winning entrepreneur who graduated on Wednesday 1 July will embark on his business career with inspiration from the founder of Trunki suitcases, Rob Law MBE, who was awarded an honorary degree in the same ceremony.
24 June 2015: Dimo Dimov on how big pharmaceutical companies are getting ready to jump on new cancer therapy firms BloombergBusiness
Amid a frenzy of biotechnology acquisitions, a clutch of companies working on a revolutionary cancer treatment have yet to be snatched up. That may be only a matter of time.
24 June 2015: Watch Professor Veronica Hope Hailey on Talking Business, BBC News 24/BBC World as part of feature on sustainable business practice (6 minutes onwards)
The University of Bath School of Management has received the highest accreditation status from EQUIS, the European Foundation for Management Development's (EFMD) quality inspectorate.
The resignations of the co-CEOs of Deutsche Bank are a useful example for managers everywhere from an industry which has suffered its share of public outrage.
School of Management students Alexandra Walker (MSc in Management) and Anna Stober (MSc Sustainability and Management) have been selected as the winners of the Oxford University Press Bryman & Bell Prize 2015.
Andrew Graves talks to the BBC about their plans.
On Tuesday 19 May, the School of Management’s Centre for International Business & Management (CIBAM) and the Centre for Research in Advertising & Consumption(CRiAC) in conjunction with the University of Bath’s Institute for Policy Research(IPR) hosted a joint Book Launch event.
Achieving growth and rebalancing the UK economy are among the key challenges facing the newly elected Conservative government.
21 May 20105: If the government is serious about reviving British industry, here’s what needs to be done
The debate around the UK economy has been narrow, principally framed around austerity and cutting the government’s budget deficit. Other important economic issues have received much less attention, including the burgeoning trade deficit, improving our manufacturing capabilities and promoting green technologies.
21 May 20015: MSc in Entrepreneurship and Management Students visit the Bristol and Bath Science Park
A team of three Bath School of Management students: Katerina Tsironi (MSc in Management with Marketing), Destina Cavdar (MSc in Management with Marketing) and Marine Levillain (MSc in International Management), who formed the team ‘Dans Ma Valise’, have achieved the accolade of UK national winners at the 2015 L'Oréal Brandstorm competition.
Experts are urging the Government to address the outdated and enduring negative perceptions of the UK manufacturing industry.
The misapplication of private sector HR techniques harms individuals without raising performance, Times Higher Educaton.
The Complete University Guide 2016 has recently been published and sees the University of Bath School of Management take 1st place for Business and Management and 2nd place for Accounting and Finance.
Three students from the University of Bath have met with some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley, in a prize trip to San Francisco for student entrepreneurs.
Prof Michael Beverland on the branding of the leaders’ manifestos
Dr Robert Heath on the use of animals by advertisers
Our new research project will inform policy makers and practitioners on how to maintain the quality of public audit in the period of radical reform and public spending cuts.
Dominic Stevens and Max Pilgrim have created a new app which allows people to find ‘sports buddies’ in the local area. It is being officially launched at the University of Bath this week.
James Courtney’s fast food discount card idea lands him a week-long trip to New York and Boston to network with alumni in some of the world’s biggest companies.
The President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Mario Draghi, has cited the work of the School of Management’s Professor Ian Tonks in justifying the ECB’s expanded asset purchase programme in a major policy speech at the Watchers XVI Conference in Frankfurt on 11th March 2015.
Dr Robert Heath will be delivering the keynote address at the Neuromarketing World Forum in Barcelona on 25 March 2015. The Neuromarketing World Forum brings together marketing clients and practitioners of neuroscience from all over the world to discuss this most exciting new way of evaluating advertising. Last year’s keynote speaker was Professor Antonio Damasio.
The School of Management is delighted to announce a new scholarship scheme for MSc students worth a quarter of a million pounds
Professor Juani Swart has co-developed a guide to help construction businesses implement new government standards.
Last Friday the second in a series of entrepreneur experience events for University of Bath MBA students took place at the Innovation Centre. The day was divided into 12 pitch and Q&A sessions for the teams to present a business proposal to a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style panel of experienced entrepreneurs and investors from the SETsquared mentor network.
Dr Robert Branston featured in The Irish Independent
Accounting & Finance students are set to benefit from an EY scholarship scheme to help fund their studies and support their career
Greece and its creditors remain locked in a heated debate over how its debt should be financed. The newly elected Syriza government need to renegotiate their current bailout programme, in order to carry out their proposals to repeal austerity and re-invest in public services.
On Thursday 22 January, the School of Management welcomed over 100 special guests to the launch of its latest research centre, the Bath Centre for Healthcare Innovation and Improvement (CHI2).
Professor Juani Swart was recently awarded a public engagement grant to host a stakeholder workshop on the 'Behaviours for Collaboration' (B4C).
28 January 2015: Chris Archer-Brown on the rise of mobile users and the risks and opportunities for marketers
A study of 30 major world economies reveals how worldwide internet use continues to expand to more than three billion users, but it also demonstrates also how this growth is being driven by mobile phones and social media, particularly in the developing world.
Dr Haiming Hang discusses why using annoying jingles is a dangerous strategy
The Bath Centre for Healthcare Innovation & Improvement (CHI2), led by our School of Management, will study the problems and challenges facing health and social care services, in order to design solutions that improve patient outcomes and experiences, and make organisational efficiencies and cost savings.
Across the world, workers in many firms have started using social networks to transform their internal communications. Now, tapping into this, Facebook has created Facebook at Work. Much like the original Facebook, which was open only to university students, this new version will allow businesses to create their own social networks among employees.
The results of the 2014Research Excellence Framework (REF) have confirmed the University of Bath School of Management’s position as one of the UK’s leading research- intensive business schools.