As part of the government-commissioned report by Virgin Money chief executive Jayne-Anne Ghadia, Westminster Business School’s Ruth Sacks joins the debate to address the under-representation of women in the finance sector.
Westminster Business School Professor Vlatka Hlupic's recently published book, The Management Shift, has been nominated for the Chartered Management Institute's (CMI) best management book of 2015.
Led by Jane Chang, Marketing and Business Strategy (MBS), the team (colleagues Supin Hussain and David Chalcraft, also of MBS) have had their project 'Entrepreneurs in the Making' shortlisted for the Wharton-QS Stars Reimagine Education Awards 2015.
Twenty-six Master's students from University of Salzburg Management and Business School (SMBS) attended a week long course on various topics within finance, logistics and global supply chain, hosted by Westminster Business School (WBS).
Royal Economic Society PhD Meetings 2016, hosted by Westminster Business School on 8–9 January 2016, is a free event for PhD students to attend in order to give them the edge in the job market.
Declan McDonald, the Course Leader on the Finance and Accounting MSc, is happy to report that the course secured additional accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) during the summer.
On Monday 21 September, Professor Alexandra Hughes, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Global Engagement at the University of Westminster and Ms Cheng Ling, Vice President of Fujian Jiangxia University, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two institutions.
Luca Cacciolatti, Senior Lecturer at University of Westminster, co-authors a publication on the advancements of marketing for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Professor Vlatka Hlupic was included on the prestigious top 30 list of most influential HR thinkers in 2015 compiled by HR Magazine. This year the magazine is marking the 10th anniversary of its ranking and hosted top HR directors as well as some of the biggest names in HR thinking at their prestigious event on Monday 21 September.
Postgraduate student Artiom Palamarciuc won the Best Paper award in the Social Enterprise/Innovation and Digital Technology stream at the International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC).
Congratulations to Dr Ainurul Rosli for winning the Best Full Paper Award (Innovation) at the 29th British Academy of Management Annual conference (BAM2015) in Portsmouth (8-10 September 2015).
The Westminster Business School is pleased to announce that the Royal Economic Society (RES) PhD Meetings 2016 will take place at the Marylebone Campus on 8–9 January 2016.
Newly appointed Director of Westminster MBA Dr Kellie Vincent was invited to comment on specialist MBAs and the return on investment of studying an MBA for the City AM.
Dr Felicity Hardley, Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Business Strategy at Westminster Business School has been widely quoted on the launch of Apple Pay in publications such as Only Strategic, Yahoo! Singapore, Connecticut Post, Tech Week Europe, Computerworld UK and Business Insider to name just a few.
A Westminster Business School alumna has helped produce a hugely successful and critically acclaimed advertising campaign.
Westminster Business School has announced the appointment of Dr Kellie Vincent as the new Director of its MBA programme which is accredited by Association of MBAs (AMBA).
On 1 July 2015, Westminster Business School students from the International Development Management MA visited the United Nations Headquarters, Geneva.
Westminster Principal Lecturer and Business Development Director Dr Ruth Sacks has been published on HRBullets website, reflecting on a speech given by Gloria Larson, President of Bentley University.
The Head of our Leadership and Professional Development Department will be representing the Society for Nautical Research (SRN), the leading international research body for maritime and naval studies.
Our Senior Lecturer in Business Strategy has written an article for the Huffington Post website, outlining his recommendations for Greece’s political and economic landscape.
The Foster Media Prize for our Marketing Communications MA students will recognise excellence in an integrated marketing campaign project. The Prize is based on achievement of the highest mark and will be awarded twice annually, acknowledging the work of students from each of the two yearly intakes.
In a talk held by the Cambridge Assessment Network, an exam group attached to the University of Cambridge, Professor of European Industrial Relations Linda Clarke spoke about her research of more than 30 years into vocational education in the construction industry.
Our MBA course was one of the highlights of the Annual Association of MBAs (AMBA) international conference.
Westminster Business School recently welcomed a delegation from the Chinese University Tianjin Foreign Studies.
Professor Peter Urwin has contributed widely to international coverage of the Conservatives' win in the general election.
Dr Katalin Illes, Westminster Business School Principal Lecturer in Leadership and Development, had an article published in HR Magazine on how leaders should listen more and build trust.
In our latest MBA Tuesday Club event Professor Barbara Allan, Dean of Westminster Business School, gave a talk on the current picture and research on the value of diverse boards.
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.