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Entrepreneurial Persistence of the Underprivileged in the Informal Sector during the Pandemic

Date
07/12/2022
Location:
University House Room 106
Description
Entrepreneurial Persistence of the Underprivileged in the Informal Sector during the Pandemic

How healthcare chief executives craft discretion in their roles

Date
12/01/2023
Location:
Zoom
Description
How healthcare chief executives craft discretion in their roles
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Why making workers owners of large firms would be good for UK innovation

Description:
Paulina Ramirez, Lecturer in International Business and Innovation: "Giving employees...not just ownership, but also voice in both strategic and day-to-day managerial decisions, could open the way to the retention of profits."
Date:
23 October 2018

New study receives funding from British Academy - 'Transition from school to work: unravelling mechanisms for employment in Ghana'

Description:
The study investigates the factors that impact on employment outcomes of graduates in Ghana and the role of the National Service Scheme in eliminating bottlenecks in the Ghanaian labour market.
Date:
17 October 2018

ICCS Annual Report 2017/18

Description:
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security is pleased to present its annual report for 2017/18, which highlights the range of important research taking place.
Date:
01 October 2018

Phronesis and the Medical Community: Follow-on Impact and Engagement

Description:
An HSMC-led research team has been successful in securing funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for a follow-on project to the study on phronesis (practical wisdom) and the medical community.
Date:
14 September 2018

NHS staff often fearful of raising legitimate concerns, research finds

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A change in culture within the NHS is needed to ensure that managers are less resistant to hearing, and acting upon, bad news, research led by the University of Birmingham has found.
Date:
06 September 2018

NHS staff often fearful of raising legitimate concerns, research finds

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Description:
A change in culture within the NHS is needed to ensure that managers are less resistant to hearing, and acting upon, bad news, research led by the University of Birmingham has found.
Date:
06 September 2018

The Walt Disney Company: From 1920 to today's spotlight on progressiveness

Description:
Dr Juliet E. Kele, Research Fellow at the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business: "It is indisputable that, since its humble beginnings in the 1920s, The Walt Disney Company has become one of the most influential businesses and largest media conglomerates in the entertainment world."
Date:
03 September 2018

What does it take to be an entrepreneur?

Description:
By Professor Kiran Trehan, Professor of Leadership and Enterprise Development: "Entrepreneurship is a highly personal journey with many ups and downs; you will shape your business and your business will shape you."
Date:
21 August 2018

Trusting which experts? Think tanks and politically-neutral knowledge

Description:
By Dr Scott Taylor, Reader in Leadership & Organization Studies and Dr Amon Barros, Assistant Professor, FGV Sao Paulo School of Business Administration: "..political debate is now framed by a mistrust of 'experts' who claim specific knowledge and authority, as well as their research."
Date:
13 August 2018

Student satisfaction rates increase for Business Management in 2018 NSS results

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Description:
We are thrilled that our Business Management course has seen success in the National Student Survey, rising seven percent since last year from 74% to an impressive 81% satisfaction rate for 2018.
Date:
31 July 2018

Cancer care for an ageing population: how and why to develop our approach

Description:
In this week's Birmingham Brief, a research team from the Health Services Management Centre reflect on their work to understand the specific needs of older people living with cancer and identify the challenges facing the NHS as our population ages.
Date:
13 July 2018

Birmingham Business School and POLSIS team named new Stewards of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA)

Description:
We are pleased to announce that a team from Birmingham Business School and the Department of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS) have been elected as Stewards of the British Universities Industrial Relations Association (BUIRA) from 2019-2022.
Date:
09 July 2018
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