EHU Business School Professorial Lecture Series

Tuesday 20th October 2015 6pm B002 Prof Peter Stokes will deliver our first Professorial lecture of 2015-16 on the following: The idea of Strategic Ambidexterity: Recognition, Understanding, Application and the Role of the Micro-Moment Time: 6pm-7:30pm (with buffet &refreshments from 5:30pm)

Business School Research Seminar 2015-16

Edge Hill Business School is pleased to announce the the 2015-16 Lunch time Research Seminar Series. These seminars are FREE to EHU staff. The seminars will raise awareness about the Business School research and will also help to build networks with other departments. Click here to download the first semester schedule  

Research newsletter launched

The school is proud to announce the first in its new newsletter series – this first issue concentrates on the growing research capacity of the school. Edge Hill business School newsletter    

Edge Hill Business School Research seminars

Edge Hill Business School is pleased to announce the launch of the Lunch time Research Seminar Series for 2014-15. These seminars are FREE to EHU staff. The seminars will raise awareness about the Business School research and will also help to build networks with other departments. Click here to download the full schedule

A New Book by Edge Hill Business School staff evaluates international practice in Sociability, Social Capital and Community Development

Paresh Wankhade, Professor of Leadership and Management at Edge Hill University Business School has co-authored a new book with Professor Ian G. Cook (John Moores University) and Dr J.P. Halsall (Huddersfield University) entitled “Sociability, Social Capital and Community Development”. Sociability is a concept that has considerable currency and community groups are increasingly willing and able […]

To tweet or not to tweet? New Research

Work by Business School academic Dr. Charles Knight and Dr. Lynda Kaye from the School of Psychology has highlighted the increasing importance of twitter in the work of academics and their relationships with peers and with their students. The research highlights the wealth of opportunity in social networking sites; for shared academic knowledge, distribution of information, […]

Point of View – John Diamond on recent turmoil at the Co-op

In this new ongoing series, Edge Hill Business School staff offer their views on current organisational, economic and policy issues.  All Change at the Co-op (But not yet !) : What have we learnt ? First of all I need to declare an interest – I am a member of the Co-Op Bank (since the […]

Point of view – Charles Knight on the WhatsApp sale

In this new ongoing series, Edge Hill Business School staff offer their views on current organisational, economic and policy issues. In this short video, Dr. Charles Knight offers some short commentary on why Facebook is willing to spend $19 Billion to buy social media messaging service WhatsApp. His research interests include social media and the digital economy […]