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HR Unpacked series two now live!

The HR Unpacked podcast series is back for 2024! Catch up on the series so far by searching ‘HR Unpacked’ wherever you get your podcasts, or visit the YouTube channel.

Dr Mohammed Albakri receives best paper award

Dual Award Winner Dr Mohammed Albakri: Empowering Oman to Become a Competitive Digital Economy

Dr. Mohammed Ali Albakri was recently invited to contribute at a prestigious conference in Oman on Empowering Oman to Become a Competitive Digital Economy. The conference provided a forum for thought leaders and innovators to discuss strategies for driving digital transformation across the country. The “2nd International Conference on Strategies for Empowering Oman as a Competitive Economy”, […]

Our Latest Teaching and Learning Informed Research Publication by Dr. Mohammed Albakri, Prof. Trevor Wood-Harper and Prof. Robert Wood in Collaboration with SBS Cluster

I am delighted to share my latest teaching and learning-informed research publication submitted to the Systems Research & Behavioural Science journal in collaboration with Professor Trevor Wood-Harper, Professor Robert Wood, and the SBS cluster. If you are interested in information systems, digital transformation, sociotechnical systems, learning management systems, or higher education literature, this is the […]

Our web app development module and why it’s so special!

Are you looking for a Business Management programme where you can learn technical skills, like web app development? Are you interested in working in the digital space after you complete your degree? Or are you a business looking to work with a university because you need students with a business perspective who can manage the […]

Why aren’t there more women in tech? 

A number of recent studies tell a pretty dismal story of gender imbalance in the tech sector. For some hard figures, a recent survey of 1500 women working in tech, conducted by Women in Tech, found that only 1 in 6 tech specialists are women, and sadly only 1 in 10 women are IT leaders. […]

Salford Business School and the Experience Economy

By Nicola McCullough, Alex Culvin, Gordon Fletcher & Alex Fenton As we consume less things, we seek out more experiences. There is a growing trend for people to spend money on experiences not things. This movement away from the pivotal importance of purchasing and owning things can be described as the rise of the Experience […]

Supply chain resilience: predictive analytics within retail supply chains

Today, firms within supply chains operate in a turbulent and uncertain environment susceptible to disruption. The intention to understand how firms could manage disruptions and build supply chain resilience in order to mitigate the impact of disruptions has been at the forefront of research. Emergency situations and how supply chains are challenged Within retail supply […]

European Super League and social media – they think it’s all over

Thanks go to Wasim Ahmed and Guilherme Guimarães for their contributions to this article. At Salford Business School we have a strong research network and teaching interests and expertise in social media, the experience economy and sport. When the ‘European Super League’ concept reared its head again on 18th April 2021, it created an amazing wave of […]

Salford Business School Research Clusters

Salford Business School’s research is setting a path to shape thinking and the application of technology in a post-pandemic and post-Brexit world. Our aim is to create business school research and solutions for the myriad challenges of Industry 4.0 and the ethical and legal issues facing society. Our research acts as the integrator for a […]