Professor Vlatka Hlupic's book "The management shift: how to harness the power of people and transform your organisation for sustainable success" received a silver award in the leadership category.
Research by Dr Franz Buscha, Principal Research Fellow at the University’s Centre for Employment Research, has found that weather makes no difference to our happiness.
Inspired by our Women for the Board programme, the The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has asked Westminster Business School to carry out research into gender issues in the sector.
A new report released by our Principal Lecturer in Leadership and Development, Dr Katalin Illes, in collaboration with the agency Top Banana and the Institute of Internal Communication, highlights the need for improved communication from business leaders to repair the broken trust of UK employees.
A group of Westminster Business School students have made it to the semi-finals of the Universities Business Challenge (UBC) Worldwide, a competition supported by companies such as IBM, the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), RBS, Procter & Gamble, Jaguar and Land Rover.
Professor Vlatka Hlupic has been mentioned in a Forbes’ article about the eight most noteworthy books of 2014 for her recent publication 'The Management Shift'.
Our MBA graduate Miranda Brawn, Director of Legal and Transaction Management at Daiwa Capital Market, was featured in the business education section of the Financial Times.
Professor Vlatka Hlupic's article, based on the content of her book 'The Management Shift: how to harness the power of people and transform your organisation for sustainable success', received the Management Articles of the Year Award from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
The book, entitled "It’s the Economy, Stupid!" is essential reading if you want to find out more about how your vote will affect your financial future.
Westminster Business School was an official sponsor of the 2015 First Women Summit in London. The inaugural full-day summit gathered an extensive network of pioneering women to educate, mentor and inspire other women.
Westminster Business School MBA graduate Jeremy Cobbold provided a look into what goes on behind the scenes at the store everyone is familiar with – Marks and Spencer – in the latest event of the University of Westminster’s popular Westminster Talks series on Wednesday 4 February.
On Wednesday 4 February 2015, 18 of our students received a free Institute of Directors' (IoD) membership, granting them access to exclusive events and networking sessions.
Our Senior Lecturer in Business Strategy has had an article published in the Huffington Post about Greece's future relationship with the European Union after a tumultuous week in politics.
In this article, Dr Faggio analyses the current government’s manifesto pledge to balance the books ahead of the general election 2015.
Dr Ioannis Christodoulou, Senior Lecturer in Business Strategy at Westminster Business School, comments on the potential consequences of a Greek exit, or 'Grexit', from the eurozone.
Westminster Business School is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Giulia Faggio as Lecturer of Economics in the Department of Economics and Quantitative Methods, and Maria Gribling as Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management.
Dr Giulia Faggio, a lecturer in economics at Westminster Business School, commented on the available options for the Chancellor of the Exchequer as he prepared for the Autumn Statement.
According to a Business Insider article, the professional network LinkedIn has ranked the University of Westminster as one of the most likely to have graduates working at some of the top companies for marketing executives.
Professor Vlatka Hlupic has been invited to be a judge at the 13th Managing Partners' Forum Awards, which will take place in March 2015 as part of a summit organised in association with Harvard Business Review and the Financial Times.
Professor Barbara Allan, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Westminster Business School, has contributed to this week’s ‘Soapbox’ for the Financial Times.
Recent research conducted by Westminster Business School for the Royal Society finds that only around 13% of people working in the science, technology, engineering, maths and medical (STEMM) workforce are women.
Westminster Business School’s acclaimed Women for the Board programme will run again in January 2015. If you're targeting a board-level role, fast-forward your career with this innovative programme.
The Business Experience Team at Westminster Business School hosted the first International Mentoring Celebration Evening at our Marylebone Campus on 7 August.
An article titled 'Women at the top: how to excel in the boardroom' written by Dr Ruth Sacks for the HRZone brings together guidelines to ensure women’s place in the senior management of blue-chip companies.
Dr Ruth Sacks, Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Development at Westminster Business School and course leader of the Women for the Board programme, has commented in a recent article by The Independent, unpicking the City's reluctant attitude towards rewarding women with senior leadership positions.
We’re proud to announce a partnership with the Digital Marketing Institute to deliver an accredited qualification validated by experts from Google, Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, Microsoft and Ogilvy.