The Female FTSE Board Report has found worrying trends implying that companies are appointing women for symbolic value
Fifty leading female professionals from Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are highlighted in the 2019 Women to Watch supplement
The achievements of leading business figures have been celebrated at Cranfield University’s 2019 graduation ceremonies
New research looks at why BAME doctors are referred to the GMC at more than double the rate of their white counterparts
Growing pressure on the retail sector could increase risk-taking in the supply chain.
Cranfield University and SEMLEP are co-hosting an event for businesses to learn more about the future of supply chain logistics on 5 June 2019
Santander has today announced it is backing MK:U, providing £30 million of funding to help establish the university.
A group of students from Cranfield University has won a £5,000 prize from Unilever to help them develop the next generation of ice cream products.
Cranfield is delighted to announce that Professor David Oglethorpe will be joining the University as Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Cranfield School of Management
The Project Leadership Programme, delivered since June 2015, provides senior UK Government employees with the skills to become world-class leaders
Peer-to-peer bonuses may seem to offer short-term benefits, but could damage performance and wellbeing in the long term.
A Cranfield University psychologist is urging MPs to do all they can to maintain clear thinking
Cranfield School of Management, in partnership with Grant Thornton UK LLP and the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo), is launching the Cranfield Executive MBA (Human Capital).
The shortlist for the MK:U International Design Competition for a new model university in the Oxford to Cambridge innovation arc has been announced today.
Cranfield University is one of 24 institutions to receive early-stage funding from UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Strength in Places Fund.