Board Leadership – a Challenge of Engagement

Why is engagement crucial for boards operating in increasingly demanding and competitive environments?

Boards are central to the function and sustainability of any organisation. Many aspects have to be considered for a company to thrive. Kakabadse's research has shown that engagement is a key factor and should be the primary concern of boards.

AI Biases and Our Future

Think outside the Box!

In this article Dr Naeema Pasha discusses how we need to go out of our comfort zone to learn new things and drive innovation. This is also something that should be considered when trusting AIs which are already more prominent in our everyday life as you might think!

Learning-based Capabilities

How organisations should use their learning functions

Iain Harrison of EY and Professor Elena Beleska-Spasova of Henley Business School, discuss learning-based capabilities and explore how organizations can transform their learning functions to become engines of resilience and value creation in a world of continuous uncertainty and change.

European Perspectives

Regulation against stewardship

Governance innovation for Europe

‘AstraZeneca faces legal action’ ran a recent headline by the BBC World News – the company supposedly not...

European Perspectives

Meeting climate change commitments

In our latest European Perspectives Dr Stefan Schepers discusses taxonomies and the key challenges facing governments and institutions with ambitious climate targets.

AACSB accreditation renewed for five more years

Henley Business School has been re-accredited by the AACSB

We are delighted to announce that Henley Business School has been re-accredited for the next five years – the highest level of such recognition –...

European Perspectives

Towards a more assertive EU trade policy

What does the future of trade policy look like in the European Union after Britain's exit? Dr Stefan Schepers discusses in our latest European Perspectives.

Easter Message

Happy Easter

Dear Henley Friends, Clients and Alumni of Henley Business School in Germany

I am sure we all are looking forward to a few days off over the Easter...