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Saving governance: Beyond the tick-box

Governance needs to be about more than a set of rules. But behaviour is not easy to change, writes Professor Simon Lee.

23rd May 2017
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The case for curiosity

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” Albert Einstein

17th May 2017
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Why Emmanuel Macron is bad news for Britain’s finance industry

The election of the globalist and EU-champion, Emmanuel Macron, to the French presidency poses a threat to the UK’s financial sector and its economy more broadly.

12th May 2017
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How do we know when innovation is necessary?

Associate Lecturer Laurie Knell discusses the questions 'What tells us we need to change?' 'What tells us we should just leave things as they are?'

11th May 2017

The Open University Business School in the News

The Open University Business School regularly features in the media. Most recent and notable articles are listed below.

4th May 2017
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OUBS ranked eleventh in QS Distance Online MBA Rankings 2017

QS Quacquarelli Symonds, the leading provider of World University Rankings, have today released the fifth edition of their annual QS Distance Online MBA Rankings. The Open University Business School is ranked eleventh in the world.

26th April 2017
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The challenges of global L&D

Organisations are demanding more and more from their learning functions, but is L&D up to the job?

20th April 2017
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Failure to focus on cross-border learning risking profit, people and performance

Business performance is at risk because learning programmes have failed to keep up with globalisation, according to a new report from The Open University Business School.

19th April 2017
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How tempting is an MBA Apprenticeship?

The latest CBI Education and Skills survey is clear – UK businesses remain concerned about filling high skilled jobs and predict this will only get harder as Brexit becomes a reality.  A key component of the Government strategy for plugging this gap in high-level skills is the Apprenticeship levy.

5th April 2017
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OUBS ranked seventh in Global Online MBA Rankings

The Open University Business School's MBA is ranked joint seventh in the Global Online MBA Rankings 2017, alongside Rochester Institute of Technology: Saunders in North America and MIP Politecnico di Milano in Italy. For UK institutions, we are ranked number one.

5th April 2017

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