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How much credit for almost a season of performances, which even the most foolhardy of supporters could not have dreamed of, can be meaningfully attributed to good management? We ask the experts: management academics! A year ago things were looking pretty ominous for Leicester City Football Club. Having easily won promotion to the top […]
We’ve just published our third report to the United Nations Principle of Responsible Management Education (PRME) Initiative. Fabian Frenzel, PRME Officer and Lecturer in the Political Economy of Organisation, explains why. The Leicester Model emphasises an interdisciplinary, holistic and critical view upon management education. Our research, teaching and public engagement agendas attempt to expand the […]
Professor of Organisation and Culture at the School, Martin Parker, has just published a new book which provocatively blurs the lines between economic facts and literary fictions Why is a novel like an organization? It’s an improbable question, but in a new book, Valerie Hamilton and I show that the origins of the corporation and […]
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