These results are a welcome acknowledgement of the impact of OU researchers’ work in transforming lives, shaping policy and tackling critical challenges across the UK's four nations and worldwide.
MBA alumnus Gordon MacKay has definitely gone the extra mile to aid the humanitarian effort in Ukraine.
Manufacturing industries are undergoing massive transformations in restructuring their products and processes by introducing and adopting new technologies to meet NetZero and sustainability targets.
Fewer than half of Britain’s leading businesses cut executive pay in response to the economic shock of Covid-19, according to research contributed to by The Open University (OU) and published in a report by the High Pay Centre think tank.
A new report has been published which looks at how L&D can service new hybrid working and learning models in the public sector.
Pick from our list of ‘good eggs’ that score best for the environment and child labour.
Vice-Chancellor’s statement on the invasion of Ukraine
The Open University Business School is hoping to drive changes in policy and practice by leading on a new project about early pregnancy endings and the workplace.
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