UCL School of Management

School of Management



Student Entrepreneurs are faster to commercialize their inventions

Tuesday, 24 Apr
Student entrepreneurs and faculty entrepreneurs engage in different strategic behaviour in commercializing their inventions according to new research from the UCL School of Management.

Senior leaders fail to connect useful workers together

Wednesday, 18 Apr
Powerful bosses can be “blind” to gaps in workplace connections between employees, finds new research by academics in the UK, the US and Germany.

Becoming more conscientious

Friday, 13 Apr
What does the science say about how you can boost your conscientiousness? Are there specific things you can do to become more conscientious over time? Professor Martin Kilduff and Assistant Professor Blaine Landis have been discussing their ongoing research into becoming more conscientious in the Harvard Business Review

Fake news impacted voters leading up to 2016 US General Election

Tuesday, 27 Mar
Increased production of fake news in the run up to the 2016 US General Election did impact the public’s news viewing habits, new research from the UCL School of Management reveals. The conversion of fake news article production to fake news site consumption was comparable to traditional banner advertising click through rates.

Charity Day proves a huge success

Tuesday, 20 Mar
The inaugral UCL School of Management Charity Day, which raised money for Cancer Research UK, has proved a huge success.

School launches joint MRes/PhD scholarship with Behavioural Insights Team (BIT)

Friday, 16 Mar
UCL School of Management is delighted to announce the launch of a new joint MRes/PhD scholarship with the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT).
In the Media

Colin Fisher published in HR Magazine

Tuesday, 13 Mar
The latest piece of research by Colin Fisher, which discusses the need for leaders to offer 'deep help', rather than micromanage, has been published in HR Magazine.
In the Media

Steve Yoo mentioned in Wall Street Journal

Wednesday, 21 Feb
Dr Steve Yoo, an Assistant Professor at UCL School of Management, has been mentioned in the Wall Street Journal for his research into 'surge pricing'.


Alan Parkinson wins PQ Lecturer of the Year

Wednesday, 21 Feb
Dr Alan Parkinson has been crowned 'Lecturer of the Year' at the 2018 PQ Magazine Awards

Playbrush proves popular with the Dragons

Monday, 19 Feb
Playbrush, a startup co-founded by MSc Entrepreneurship alumnus Paul Varga, proved extremely popular with the Dragons on the Dragons' Den.

Zizzi to stock Double Dutch soft drinks

Friday, 16 Feb
Double Dutch, the startup founded by twins Joyce and Raissa De Haas, have struck a deal with Zizzi to serve their premium soft drinks in restaurants across the UK.

UCL SoM present at 2018 UK Learning Technologies Conference

Thursday, 1 Feb
Lynsie Chew and Alan Parkinson were invited speakers at the 2018 UK Learning Technologies Conference at Olympia.

Karoline Gross recognised in Forbes 30 under 30 2018

Monday, 22 Jan
UCL School of Management Alumna, Karoline Gross, has been listed on the 2018 Forbes Europe '30 under 30 list for Media and Marketing.

Dr Chia-Jung Tsay named an APS Rising Star

Wednesday, 10 Jan
Dr Chia-Jung Tsay, Associate Professor at UCL School of Management, has been named as one of the 2017 APS Rising Stars.