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.
Written by Professor Vlatka Hlupic and co-authors Professor Amar Amar and Dr Tanmika Tamwatin, the paper investigates the effects of meditation on self-perception of leadership skills.
Dr Charles Elad, Reader in Accounting and Finance at Westminster Business School, has been awarded a one-year research grant by the British Academy.
Congratulations go to Matthew Gould, who successfully completed his PhD Viva on the 12 June after writing a thesis on the United Nations voting system.
Panos Hahamis, Senior Lecturer at Westminster Business School, participated in the 20th GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) e-government and e-services conference, which took place between 17-21 May in Dubai, UAE.
Westminster Business School will be hosting BUIRA's (British Universities Industrial Relations Association) annual conference at our Marylebone Campus, from 25 to 27 June.
A forthcoming paper, produced by Franz Buscha, Principal Research Fellow at Westminster Business School, examines how people's political views change as they move house.
Ruth Sacks has been interviewed by the Financial Times about the business schools' role to get female executives to the top.
Our Dean has been successfully appointed as a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, the UK organisation that champions excellent learning and teaching practices in higher education.
The economist and author Vicky Pryce joined us for our last research seminar, where she argued that politicians have had a narrow view of the crisis.
The paper, written by Professor Vlatka Hlupic and Dr Tamwatin Tanmika, covers the relationship between meditation and leadership.
Stuart McNaughton, our lecturer in global markets at Westminster Business School, comments on the importance of having two cochlear implants, rather than just one, in an article for The Guardian.
Our innovative programme, designed for women targeting a board role, has covered topics such as governance, emotional intelligence and how to build and maintain resilience.
We're producing several learning videos and materials for deaf teacher trainees with our partner college, the City Literary Institute in London - thanks to a Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) research bid worth £60,000.
Last week, our Human Resource Management students presented a case study about culture and change to the directors of Babcock International, one of the UK's leading engineering support services companies.
Angela Wright, Senior Lecturer at Westminster Business School, comments on the latest statistics about pay rises published by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development - CIPD, the professional body for human resources and people development.
Simon Healeas, deputy director of MBA programmes at Westminster, talks about how our students have been benefiting from the MBA social entrepreneurship module.