Open University Business School alumna Zoë André-Lawson is one of 25 business school graduates who has been selected by AACSB International (AACSB)—the world’s largest business education alliance— as a 2023 Influential Leader.
On Friday 27 January the OU marked Holocaust Memorial Day, a national commemoration day dedicated to the remembrance of the millions of people who died during the Holocaust under Nazi persecution and the genocides that followed in many countries around the world.
Findings from Operation Soteria Bluestone, a report launched in 2021 as a response to the government End-to-End Rape Review, have revealed several areas that urgently need addressing in the investigations of rape and other sexual offences (RAOSO).
Over the past year, academics from the OU Business and Law Schools have acted as consultants to a range of fascinating shows, co-produced by The Open University and the BBC. Watch this short video which captures some of the collaborations between the BBC and FBL academics.
Jess Phillips MP, Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding, was on the panel for a recent conference held by the Centre for Policing Research and Learning looking at ways to combat gender-based violence.
Research conducted by Emma Bell, Professor of Organisation and Leadership at the Open University Business School, found that the rising costs of flour and energy pose some serious challenges to bakery owners.