The Management School works on numerous projects and initiatives and is keen to embed these activities further. Drawing from established expertise across a range of disciplines the school has Research Centres to drive our areas of distinction.
Examining models for monitoring and managing the carbon footprint of clinical laboratories
CSols, a local company, has part-funded research being undertaken by one of the Management School's doctoral researchers. The research exames different models for monitoring and managing the carbon footprint of clinical laboratories, where sustainability implications are a key focus.
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Local businesses join the judging panel in inaugural entrepreneurial competition
A range of businesses have signed up as sponsors and judges of the first Liverpool Start Up Competition which takes place in October this year.
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For the past 7 years, CSB faculty, under the leadership of Sue Bridgewater, have worked on a range of educational programmes and inputs for Josoor Institute, Qatar.
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Collaborative approach is the key to success for ICA delegates
Delegates from the International Cotton Association (ICA) have embarked on a new, bespoke programme, delivered online, to help them understand the commodities industry worldwide.
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Assisting Hospices to deliver care when it is most needed
East Cheshire Hospice commissioned the University of Liverpool Management School to research which areas, if any, of the service they provided could be improved. The Hospice wanted to ensure that its service levels met the needs of their service users at a critical moment in their lives.
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League Managers Association score top marks
The programme, created by Prof Sue Bridgewater, Director of Executive Education at ULMS was specifically tailored to the needs of LMA members and was based on research undertaken across the professional footballing world.
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