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Britain's great meritocracy gap – why businesses must widen their talent pool

Britain's great meritocracy gap – why businesses must widen their talent pool
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Joanne Duberley in the Conversation: Research shows that the way meritocracy is discussed can actually curtail opportunities for social mobility.
Date:
21/10/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Birmingham MBA confirms place amongst global elite

Birmingham MBA confirms place amongst global elite
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The Economist's WhichMBA? 2016 Global Rankings have today been announced, confirming Birmingham Business School's position in the top 100 with a placement of 90th globally and as one of the top UK and European MBA programmes.
Date:
13/10/2016
Categories:
Social Sciences

Can quotas make gender equality happen in politics? Lessons from business

Can quotas make gender equality happen in politics? Lessons from business
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Scott Taylor in the Conversation: Are quotas the best way to challenge sexism and discrimination in politics and workplaces?
Date:
27/09/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Improving the decision-making process within Rolls-Royce Aerospace

Description
Since May 2015, Dr Joe Sanderson and Dr Chris Lonsdale have been delivering a multi-level CPD programme (Strategic Sourcing Masterclasses) within Rolls-Royce Aerospace and are now undertaking a research project to assess its impact.
Date:
19/09/2016

Kurt Yang Liu joins the GVC Research Cluster

Kurt Yang Liu joins the GVC Research Cluster
Description
The GVC research cluster would like to welcome a new member of the group, Kurt Yang Liu, who joined the Department of Procurement and Operations Management in June 2016.
Date:
16/09/2016

'Inclusive Finance': Central Bank of Kenya: CBK@50 Golden Jubilee Celebrations

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CBK hosted an international central banking symposium on September 13, 2016. This was a high-level forum that brought together local and international economists, bankers, researchers, members of the academia and other stakeholders to engage on emerging issues in central banking.
Date:
16/09/2016

Who will pick our strawberries now? The Brexit impact

Who will pick our strawberries now? The Brexit impact
Description
Pam Robinson outlines the challenge of meeting demanding supply schedules of UK supermarkets in an article article published in this month's 'Insider magazine'.
Date:
15/09/2016

Birmingham banking report prompts media buzz

Description
Business school researchers help spark debate on barriers to investment banking roles for less privileged applicants
Date:
14/09/2016
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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