The new 2022 ranking for Top-50 academics in Business & Management worldwide includes only the top 2% most cited academics.
Employment prospects among blind and partially-sighted people have not changed in a generation, with only one in four in paid employment.
The Birmingham Leadership Institute has officially launched its brand-new podcast, ‘Leadership Exchanged’.
Join Paul Richardson for the first episode of Leadership Exchanged. Paul is a successful entrepreneur across sectors as varied as waste management and fashion.
Revelations about asylum delays and inexperienced staff are no surprise in a system that is not fit for purpose, says Professor Jenny Phillimore
Former HSMC staff member and Director of NHS Elect, Mike Davidge pays tribute to the late John Yates
Professor Judith Smith shares insights into the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and the NHS
In Black History Month, Steve Gulati explores the debate around leadership development for ethnic minority groups and individuals in the National Health Service
Former NHS General Management Trainee Sarah Morgan, reflects on the recent HSMC conference celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Academics are investigating how people respond to controversial government policies communicated through social media.
Policy makers assume that adding more detail to mathematical models will produce more accurate predictions, but that's not always the case.
Dr Gill Lowe in the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, University of Birmingham has been appointed National Haematology Specialty Lead