Research and Enterprise
Leeds Business School offers a rich portfolio of research and consultancy services that combine academic rigour with practical relevance. Researchers work in multi-disciplinary teams to design and implement research projects to improve policy and practice. In all our work the primary concern is to undertake methodologically sound research, evaluation and consultancy to achieve demonstrable impact. As well as a team of academic-practitioners, our undergraduate and masters level students undertake a range of practical projects for small, medium and large organisations in every sector of the economy each year.
Leeds Beckett KTP labelled a success leedsbeckett.ac.uk [Nov 2017]Leeds Beckett University has secured a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Bradford-based business, The Label Makers Ltd. The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme helps businesses in the UK to innovate and grow. It does this by linking them with an academic or research organisation and a graduate.
The two-year agreement will draw on expertise from the University’s Business School and School of Computing, Creative Technologies and Engineering and focus on data analytics and process improvement within a printing environment. [Read More]
Business Schools: Fit for the Future? [June 2017]
For three days in May, we were delighted to welcome senior representatives from business schools in 17 countries across the globe to the 2017 Annual Conference of the Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) hosted at the Rose Bowl. Dr George Lodorfos, Dean of the Business School, praised the value of NIBS: “It is great to be part of a network of business schools with so many shared views and values." He noted that two key themes of the conference, internationalisation of curriculum and development of strong global engagement strategies, would help to open new opportunities for cooperation and partnerships for the School. [Read More]
The Impact of Brexit on UK Businesses Dr Aftab Dean [June 2017]It is over a year since the referendum vote signalled the start of Brexit, and in that time UK businesses have experienced mixed fortunes. Those companies that have a global presence have benefited from the fall in the pound, which has resulted in higher revenues being generated when the currency is converted back to sterling. On the other hand, those companies which purchase many of their raw materials overseas have seen significant increases in costs. [Read More]
University of Redlands - California live International Consultancy Project (LICP) at Rotork, Leeds Professor Mike Brown (April 2017)
For the second year running the University of Redlands in Southern California has sent a group of their top Executive MBA final year students to complete their final consultancy programme here at Leeds Business School. The American blue-chip University has a series of satellite campus based around Southern California from San Diego to Palm Springs and from Hollywood to Temecula... [Read More]