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How to sustain SMEs productivity during a crisis

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By Dr Margarita Nyfoudi, Department of Management.
Date:
24 June 2020

A New High Street Experience

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By Dr Sarah Montano, Department of Marketing.
Date:
12 June 2020

Industry 4.0 and Regional Transformations

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By Professor David Bailey and Professor Lisa De Propris, Department of Management.
Date:
13 May 2020

Staying present, at a safe distance, for local craft businesses

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By Dr Scott Taylor, Reader in Leadership & Organization Studies, Department of Management.
Date:
27 March 2020

Maintaining the trust within a virtual work space

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By Mark NK Saunders, Professor of Business Research Methods, Birmingham Business School, and Colin Hughes, Head of the Graduate Business School, Technological University Dublin.
Date:
25 March 2020

Working well in uncertain times: the benefits of working at home

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By Dr Daniel Wheatley, Department of Management
Date:
23 March 2020

Why a Tory Brexit endangers the rights of workers

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Professor of Employment Relations & HR Management Tony Dobbins in The Conversation: The UK has benefited from EU labour protections, which will be vulnerable to the Conservative party's deregulation agenda.
Date:
18 December 2019

Birmingham 'innovation hub' boosts global clean energy prospects

Map of Tyseley Energy Park
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British and German experts will create a new 'Innovation Hub' based in Birmingham to deliver new approaches to energy and waste management that will benefit cities and communities in China and around the world.
Date:
28 November 2019

Management PhD Student wins the 2019 Anglo-Thai Society Educational Awards for Excellence

Muttamas Wongwanich received her certificate at the awards ceremony
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Third year Management PhD student, Muttamas Wongwanich, was selected for Highly Commended prize for the Anglo-Thai Society Educational Awards 2019 for Finance, Business & Economics field.
Date:
27 November 2019

The four-day working week: dream or nightmare?

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By Stan Siebert, Professor of Labour Economics in the Department of Management.
Date:
25 November 2019

Education on Workers' Rights and Working Class History Vital for Democracy

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By Professor Tony Dobbins, Professor of Employment Relations and HR Management and President of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association.
Date:
13 November 2019

University of Birmingham partners with Birmingham City Council to deliver broad range of Degree Apprenticeships

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The University of Birmingham has announced an innovative multi-programme framework agreement with Birmingham City Council to deliver Degree Apprenticeships across a number of disciplines.
Date:
30 September 2019
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