Newcastle University Business School undertakes research of the highest academic quality.
With around 100 academic and research staff, the Business School’s research takes on many different forms, both subject-specific and interdisciplinary, which contribute and influence policy and practice.
Our collaborations are national and international, with strong links into practice. This dynamic environment allows us to strive toward our mission of becoming a world-leading business school which conducts a range of research projects:
SALT: A three-year project funded by TSB, ESRC and NIHR which brings together multidisciplinary researchers with practitioners from business, health and social care services, government agencies, third sector organisations and user groups to develop innovation, worklable, scalable and sustainable solutions.
Storytelling in Management: A three-year project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), lead by Dr Stefanie Reissner. This research provided a framework for understanding the use of managerial storytelling and will further the current knowledge base by revealing the dynamics and limits of storytelling in managerial practice.