Research at Henley Business School covers six broad areas and includes Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.
The research undertaken within this division enables resilience and prosperity by studying the connections between individuals, organisations and society.
Our Henley Forum improves learning practices to allow people to work effectively together to exploit their knowledge and improve organisational performance. Areas of expertise include knowledge strategy, developing and retaining expertise, and knowledgeable decision making.
Similarly, research by our Henley Centre for Engaging Leadership considers how to engage the leadership capacity of entire organisations. We are also concerned with developing leadership capability, leadership and diversity and the impact of leadership on innovation and creativity.
Our interdisciplinary approach is evident in the Centre for Social and Organisational Studies, where we explore how organisations and individuals relate and respond to the changing socio-economic environment in a sustainable fashion. A key research agenda is morality and the intersection of governance, ethics and the self.
The Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship is home to business innovators who research the economics of entrepreneurship, including digital leadership, ethnic entrepreneurship and women entrepreneurs.
We also conduct work internationally through the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies, which focuses on the development of the competitiveness of Kazakhstan.