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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.

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To avoid being Trumped, businesses must empower employees

In his article with Management Today, Dr Peter Bloom, Senior Lecturer in Organisational Studies and Head of Department for People and Organisations at the OU Business School, explores how governments aren’t the only ones who can stop people feeling ‘left behind’.

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The respectable gamble: why Premium Bonds are booming

Martin Upton, Senior Lecturer in Finance at the OU Business School contributes to The Times discussion on whether Premium Bonds are a sound investment.

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How data analysis helps you to know your workforce

Dr Peter Bloom, Senior Lecturer in Organisational Studies and Head of Department for People and Organisations at the OU Business School, features in The Times supplement discussing how HR departments can prove ROI.

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Should social media be allowed at work

The Times' supplement on talent management features Dr Helen Roby, Research Associate and Business Development Manager in Social Marketing at the OU Business School, exploring how employees are more distracted at work.

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What clever tricks do retailers use to get us to spend – and how can we immunise ourselves against them?’

In this video, Mark Fenton-O’Creevy, Professor in Organisational Behaviour and Associate Dean, External Engagement at the OU Business School is interviewed by the Mail Online’s Personal Finance Editor on how to resist impulse spending.

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