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Oxford Brookes Business School: Research News

    • Dr Judie Gannon is one of the winners of the 2019 Mentoring awards

      Dr Judie Gannon one of the members of the International Centre for Coaching & Mentoring Studies (ICCaMS) has won an international Mentoring award from the EMCC (a global coaching, mentoring, and supervision association) for her research.

    • 30Jan
      Imaginative Scenario Planning for Law Enforcement Organisations

      Imaginative Scenario Planning for Law Enforcement Organisations

      How can we anticipate and counter the diversity of forms in which security threats as terrorism, cybercrime, organised crime and financial crime present themselves in our future?

    • 29Jan
      Nurses are undervalued because most of them are women, a new study finds

      Nurses are undervalued because most of them are women, a new study finds

      Nursing is undervalued both in status and pay and until both are enhanced, the UK will continue to experience severe nursing shortages, according to a new study.

    • 22Jan
      FTSE100 sustainability reporting could amount to

      FTSE100 sustainability reporting could amount to 'greenwashing' says new study

      A substantial number of FTSE100 companies are selectively choosing data that emphasises certain outcomes or ignores major impacts in their sustainability reporting, according to a new study conducted by Oxford Brookes University.

    • 26Nov
      Photos, digital tools and wellbeing with older Oxford residents

      Photos, digital tools and wellbeing with older Oxford residents

      Researchers at the Oxford Brookes Business School and the School of Arts recently held the launch of their community research project exhibition: 'Photos, digital tools and wellbeing with older Oxford residents' at the Lab Space, Oxford Brookes, Headington campus.

    • 12Nov
      Venice

      Venice's Secret Service: Organizing Intelligence in the Renaissance

      Ioanna Iordanou has successfully published a book entitled 'Venice's Secret Service: Organizing Intelligence in the Renaissance.'

    • 11Nov
      Major gender imbalance in UK university spin-outs

      Major gender imbalance in UK university spin-outs

      The Times Higher Education has produced an article concerning research undertaken in the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice.

    • 07Oct
      Gender Issues in Business Schools (GIBS) Network - Workshop

      Gender Issues in Business Schools (GIBS) Network - Workshop

      Delegates from across the UK and Ireland, and as far afield as India, met at Oxford Brookes in early September for the second Gender Issues in Business Schools (GIBS) Network event. Run this year by the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice in the Business School, this followed up on the highly successful inauguration of the Network at Newcastle University in 2018. The network was established to allow PhD students and early career researchers a space to present and discuss their work, though welcomes academics at every level.

    • 27Sep
      Most Innovative Paper Award

      Most Innovative Paper Award

      Many congratulations to Jeff Waistell for his 'Most Innovative Paper Award', which he received at the Academy of Management in Boston. The prize was given for his paper 'The salience of silence: the silence of salience' in the Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion (see https://lnkd.in/e_-DNXD). We're really proud to see that Jeff's research is internationally recognised as innovative

    • 26Sep
      Good Money after Bad?

      Good Money after Bad?

      Dr Lawrence Haar, Senior Lecturer in Finance and Petroleum Market expert has recently appeared in Regulation, the journal of the CATO Institute in Washing, D.C. on the very timely topic of energy security.