We are looking back at The School of Management’s talented staff, students and alumni’s biggest achievements from 2019. Our students and faculty have achieved many outstanding things this year, so we had lots to choose from.
One in three people commit “financial infidelity”, with potentially toxic consequences for their relationships, according to a study co-led by UCL which is thought to be the first to investigate the concept.
If we don’t properly vaccinate the vulnerable people in our society against seasonal influenza (flu) epidemic, we face huge societal costs, according to new research by Dr Kenan Arifoglu from the UCL School of Management and Dr Christopher S. Tang from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Xiaojia Guo and Bert De Reyck, along with Yael Grushka-Cockayne from Harvard Business School, are finalists in the 2019 INFORMS Manufacturing & Service Operations Management (M&SOM) Practice-Based Research Competition.
New research from Boots UK, University College London, and Columbia Business School (US) claims that one way to motivate patients to take their medicines as prescribed is to ask patients to make a commitment based on the personal health consequences of not taking their medicines properly
UCL School of Management’s BSc Information Management for Business (IMB) students were given the opportunity to learn more about digital transformation strategies and immersive customer engagement from Matthew Bell, Director of Hotel Operations, Europe, citizenM Hotels.