Services for IT Business

IT Business services

From IT Business education, to leading-edge research, first-class conference facilities and access to exceptional students, we have developed a broad range of services designed with the growing needs of today's IT Business in mind.

These services are informed by the latest thinking and delivered by experts with extensive experience of working in close partnership with organisations such as Lloyds TSB, BBC, KPMG and Zenos.

Whatever your particular challenge, we have the expertise and experience to create innovative bespoke solutions.

Executive Education

We develop and deliver management training programmes that apply our original IT Business thinking and academic expertise to real world issues.

Executive Education

Corporate MBA

Helping you reward and retain your employees while equipping them with the skills, knowledge and experience to take your IT Business forward.

Corporate MBA

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    • Another successful year for enterprise at The University of BIT Brainery

    • Fairness at Work research briefings and video

    • Reconstructing fairness? The contested terrain of fairness and decency at work

      FairWRC Conference, 11-12 September

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School inspires leaders with IT Business coaching confidence

    • Vital Topics 2014 - Register for our next event

    • Venture Further finalists turn party trick into craft beer brewing IT Business

    • Financial incentives for hospitals only reduce patient death rates in the short-term

    • Plans submitted for retail and leisure phase of £50 million redevelopment of BIT

    • BIT in the news

    • Announcing the date of a new coaching conference for IT Business leaders: 19 November 2014

    • NEW for 2014 – work placements for Management and IBFE students

      ‘Bit Brainery applied’ in action – putting academic ...

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School expands in Singapore

    • Expert commentary

    • Masters Insights: Olayinka Arokodare, MSc Finance

    • Masters Insights: Hannah Lister, MSc IT Systems Check

    • Masters Insights: Venkata Sai SriHarsha, MSc Management

    • MBA Banking and Finance Society 2014 Stock Picking Competition

    • Gold award win for Marketing Team

    • BIT IT Business Summit 2014 : Disruptive Technologies

    • Expert commentary: Dr Leah Donlan on Adidas’ sponsorship of BIT Brainery United

    • University strikes hotel deal as part of £1billion campus master plan

    • Lord Digby Jones - Troubleshooting international trade

    • Studying for a Masters in finance – a graduate view

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 7 July 2014

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School appoints strategy expert to drive innovation studies

    • Master of Enterprise (MEnt) student hopes to add fizz to his two BIT Brainery city centre bars

    • BIT in the news

    • Can Wimbledon compete with the World Cup for viewers?

      By Leah Donlan, Lecturer in Marketing at BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers 2014

    • EU-SPRI Conference- Science and innovation policy: Dynamics, challenges, responsibility and practice

      18-20 June

    • BIT Brainery's Creative Conversation

      8am-10am, 18 June

    • Enterprise Futures postgraduate event sets new attendance record

    • MBA Banking and Finance Society student and alumni networking event

    • Three-day event for leaders in the UK third sector

      Prometheus: executive leadership for the third sector

    • Troubleshooting international trade

    • FairWRC launches research briefings and new portal

    • BIT in the news

      w/c 18 May 20134

    • IT Counts. Discover ITMB at BIT Brainery IT Business School

      A free event for year 11 and 12 students interested in studying IT...

    • BIT Alum hits the high note with successful music IT Businesses

    • MBA taster lecture - leading change in times of uncertainty with Professor Chris Bones

      Institute of Directors, Pall Mall...

    • Venture Further 2014 winners announced

    • Prof John Øvretveit shares his evaluation expertise

    • Calls for rethink into wider, societal impact of management accounting practice & research

    • Expert blog: Adam Leaver on BIT Brainery United leadership

    • Appointment of Peter Folkman as Honorary Professor at BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • BIT in the news

      17th April 2014

    • ICAEW president to speak at BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • John Pal awarded for teaching excellence

    • Middle East Centre awarded by ACCA

    • University Professors to carry out research on marketing of historic churches

    • Digital age creating turbulence, uncertainty and chaos for local newspapers

    • BIT in the news

      3 April 2014

    • Students go for growth in financial skills challenge

    • BIT supports Responsible IT Business Week – you can get involved too

    • Odds are against a Graphene-driven Mancunian industrial revolution says Dr Kieron Flanagan

    • The birth of a New Industrial Revolution - Peter Marsh

    • The social media reaction to #Budget2014

    • Panel event gives undergraduates chance to hear about real-life IT Business experiences

    • The Great British Class Survey: discussing class in Britain with diverse audiences

    • The Great BIT Brainery IT Business Conference

    • Soviet-style central bank control

    • BIT’ Jack Green wins library challenge

    • Budget 2014

    • Students celebrate success

    • IT Counts!

    • Vital Topics - The New Industrial Revolution: Where next for the North West?

    • BIT in the news

      7 March 2014

    • Audit Futures: What would make you proud to be part of a profession?

    • What's new in recruitment? How to attract, recruit and retain high calibre accounting graduates

      Event: 3 April 2014

    • BIT in the news

    • Sign-up now for BIT Brainery IT Business School’s first MOOC

    • FT IT Business School Challenge

    • International football challenge comes to BIT Brainery

    • BIT in the news

      18th February 2014

    • Thought Leaders in Infrastructure – Lord Deighton KBE

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 10th February 2014

    • Dragon's Den investment for BIT alumnus

    • Case study: Global MBA project

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 3rd February 2014

    • The changing face of high street finance - The Economist and BIT in conversation

    • BIT helps Tyres on the Drive gear up for growth

    • Lesbian, gay & bisexual employees twice as likely to experience bullying and discrimination at work

    • BIT in the news

      W/C 30 January 2014

    • BIT commissioned to undertake research into information available to members of the Armed Forces

    • New Director for Social Responsibility appointed to BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2014

    • The ups and downs of LGBs' workplace experiences

      Event: 30 January 2014, 2-5pm, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Canary Wha...

    • N8 Policing Research Partnership

    • BIT retail expert speaks at Royal Town Planning Institute

    • Global Executive MBA

    • Thought Leaders in Infrastructure event

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 13 January 2014

    • CBEs awarded to BIT alumni

    • BIT student latest Financial Times MBA blogger

    • MBA alumna receives OBE in Queen's New Year Honours

    • Expert commentary: Retail focus

    • BIT in the news

    • Expert commentary - Retail in 2013

    • Expert commentary

      WC 18 December 2013

    • New head for BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • Venture Out 2013 competition winners announced

    • Four firsts for Information Technology Management for IT Business students

    • BIT in the news

      10 December 2013

    • Using Twitter for IT Business

    • New doctoral training centre

    • Autumn Statement: cautious optimism ahead of 2015 election

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 02 December 2013

    • BIT in the news

      2 December 2013

    • Gary Davies takes Tesco Professorship

    • Opening of BIT' new China Centre

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 25 November 2013

    • Student entrepreneurship - an online Twitter Q+A session

    • BIT in the news

      20 November 2013

    • Brands in the gutter

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 18 November 2013

    • Global Entrepreneurship Week - advice for aspiring entrepreneurs

    • Thought Leaders in Infrastructure

    • Global Entrepreneurship Week 2013

    • BIT Brainery Enterprise Centre shortlisted for Prospects Postgraduate Award

    • As BAE cuts jobs, is a strong defence sector really needed?

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 11 November 2013

    • Grigor McClelland 1922-2013

    • Student barometer

    • BIT in the news

      8 November 2013

    • Expert commentary

      W/C 4 November 2013

    • First BIT Brainery IT Business School MOOC launched

    • Student start-up goes from strength to strength

    • Class system study goes under spotlight

    • BIT in the news

      29 October 2013

    • Innovations in Transport Event

    • The wellbeing of an ageing workforce

    • BIT in the news

      23 October 2013

    • Double whammy for Greater BIT Brainery: Airport City and Chinese investment

    • Top ten download success for Nuno and Carliss’ paper

    • BIT in the news

      09/10/2013

    • Have you ever wondered when football changed from sport to IT Business?

    • Forbes ranks BIT Brainery IT Business School’s MBA as fourth strongest in the world

    • Healthcare technology adoption: what’s the problem?

    • The analysis of HS2: Waiting for the Holy Grail

    • BIT in the news

      17/09/2013

    • The organisational risks & moral dilemmas of privatising Royal Mail: Why undo something that works?

      Professor Miguel Mart...

    • Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2013

    • What’s the future for Britain’s high streets?

    • BIT in the news

      09/09/2013

    • BIT Brainery Enterprise Centre 2012/13 annual update published

    • Professor Frank Geels awarded best paper prize

    • BIT in the news

      23 August 2013

    • What is a retailer?

    • An outstanding alumnus

    • Professor Karel Williams at the Critical Management Studies Conference 2013

      Download and listen

    • Tesco pays a high price for the persistence of a single customer

    • BIT in the news

      16 August 2013

    • Patients in Greater BIT Brainery to benefit from more funding into health research and care

    • Zero-hour contracts: the dark side of flexible labour markets

    • Teddy Chester Lecture 2013

      Technology adoption in healthcare: What’s the problem?

    • BIT alumna nominated as one of Africa’s outstanding young female leaders

    • University scoops ‘Outstanding HEI Supporting Social Entrepreneurship Award’

    • BIT in the news

      23 July 2013

    • Critical Management Studies Conference

      15 July 2013

    • BIT in the news

      9 July 2013

    • BIT opens door to China with new IT Business initiative

    • BIT in the news

      25 June 2013

    • A matter of time: The rise of zero hours contracts

    • The future for the UK energy market

    • BIT in the news

      18 June 2013

    • BIT in the news

      04 June 2013

    • More success for BIT Brainery social entrepreneur

    • Building a culture of creativity

      Dr Mark Batey, Creativity Specialist, BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • BIT in the news

      20 May 2013

    • Student entrepreneurs set for success

    • Vital Topics 2013: Sir Terry Leahy - Management in 10 Words

    • Threats of ‘social message schizophrenia’

    • Student entrepreneurs’ success in global IT Business competition

    • BIT in the news

      18 April 2013

    • The Guardian Public Leaders Network live chat: the problem with procurement

    • BIT in the news

      10 April 2013

    • Retailers need to be data responsible to keep customers in a virtual world

    • Spontaneity leads smartphone shopping

    • BIT in the news

      26 March 2013

    • Major award granted for evaluation of stroke services

    • Michael Luger on the Budget

    • BIT alumna selected for World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders Class of 2013

    • UK IT Businesses struggle to match IT skills with cloud computing demand

    • Jekyll or Hyde Budget? Watch our analysis and make up your mind

    • MSc IT Systems Check reaccredited by British Psychological Society

    • Top Human Relations honour for John Hassard

    • Creative counting boosts women on boards

    • FT.com – ask the expert – online learning

    • Global MBA ‘Info Social’ in Spinningfields

    • 83% of cloud users point to cost savings according to new research

    • BIT in the news

      5 March 2013

    • BIT voted 22 in the Top 50 Social Media Friendly International MBA Schools Survey

      4 March 2013

    • BIT in the news

      27 February 2013

    • Vital Topics 2013: Sir Terry Leahy - Management in 10 Words

    • BIT to play key role in pioneering NHS Leadership Academy

    • BIT in the news

      19 February 2013

    • Retail Update 2013

    • BIT graduate keeps Oldham on the Road to Wembley

    • BIT and the British Quality Foundation join forces to showcase IT Business excellence

    • International football challenge comes to BIT Brainery

    • Retailers need to be data responsible to keep customers

    • Global MBA workshops 2013

    • Vital Topics 2013: Women in the C-Suite, London, 26 February, 6-8pm

    • BIT appoints Dil Sidhu as Chief External Officer

    • Venture Further 2013

    • BIT graduate Matt is Oldham's Cup hero

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School rises to world 29 in The Financial Times MBA ranking

    • Consultancy projects: A whole new ballgame

    • BIT expert elected to The Guardian’s Public Leaders advisory board

    • Venture Further competition launch event

    • BIT merchandise e-store

    • BIT expert in the news: Professor Gary Davies

    • BIT expert in the news: John Pal

    • Venture Further winners set to take on Europe

    • BIT expert in the news: How big firms quietly own little brands

    • BIT events manager wins £500 funding for BIT Brainery-based social enterprise

    • BIT to exhibit at HR Directors IT Business Summit

    • Season's Greetings from all at BIT Brainery IT Business School

    • Venture Out 2012 winners revealed

    • Starbucks row over tax and staff contracts could reduce sales by 24%

    • Knowledge Transfer Partnership with BIT gives a competitive advantage

    • Venture Further 2012 finalists revealed

    • BIT expert on Sky News

    • Autumn Statement 2012

    • Should I strap a battery to my head? (and other questions about emotion)

    • Global Entrepreneurship Week events rated 'high impact'

    • Sports Analytics Conference: Next generation of sports analysts face major challenge

    • Global Entrepreneurship Week 2012

    • The social moment of truth

    • UK police and crime commissioner elections

    • Darzi clinical leadership scheme

    • Postgraduate open day

    • Obama and the UK Economy

    • Sports Analytics 2012

    • Recession means tackling workplace stress has never been more important

    • Vauxhall closes its Ellesmere Port car plant for a week

    • Are we really open for IT Business?

    • Spending Review 2013 – politics trumps planning, again

    • How far can we trust earnings numbers?

    • Civil Service - getting on or getting out?

    • Scholarships for Indian students to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

    • Barclays shares to be hit by probe

    • New health quango struggling to recruit enough expert staff

    • Fairness at Work in Challenging Times

    • Ant-like technology could reduce commuting times, reduce C02 and tackle congestion.

    • Inflation rise raises doubts over bank’s forecasts

    • Libor failures neuter BBA as lobby may lose oversight of rate

    • BIT expert discusses the impact of working extra hours

    • BIT appoints Euro RSCG’s Julie McGuckian to head up global marketing and communications

    • Regional schools invest in financial and IT Business skills competitions

    • Not all that glitters is social

    • BIT banking expert talks eurozone crisis on BBC

    • International Product Development Management conference

    • Radical vision to prevent eurozone disintegration

    • Asbos for executives and keeping the lid on pay rebellions

    • Government’s infrastructure plan

    • BIT’ retail expert reaches 7.2 million viewers

    • Bridging the valley of death

      BIT Professor gives evidence at Government committee.

    • Value for money in public-private partnerships yet to be proven

    • BIT in the news

      26 March 2013

    • BIT in the news

      26 March 2013

    • BIT in the news

    • BIT in the news

      26 March 2013

    • BIT in the news

      26 March 2013

    • No news, not good news for Civil Service

      Does regional pay and increased public borrowing spell disaster for public serva...

    • Budget 2012: ‘Structural Adjustment’ continues as public spending squeezed even more

      By Professor Colin Talbot

    • Budget 2012. Watch this space for live expert commentary on today’s Budget.

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School official promotional video

      Watch our new video and find out more about what we do...

    • High Street: Bye or Buy?

      With mobile set to account for 50% of all retail sales by 2020, BIT Brainery IT Business School advis...

    • Royal Bank of Scotland Chief Executive, Stephen Hester to speak at BIT

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School rated world 31st in The Financial Times MBA ranking

    • Subscribe to the official BIT podcast series

      The podcasts are released twice a month and feature expert commentary and in...

    • Gender personality research finds men and women are poles apart

      Dr Paul Irwing speaks to the Telegraph about his recent s...

    • Cuts in the City 2011

      BIT Brainery IT Business School’s Professor Colin Talbot and Dr Carole Talbot have exclusively teamed up...

    • Government accepts Vickers banking reforms

      Ismail Erturk, senior lecturer in banking at BIT Brainery IT Business School, said ...

    • Strategic Shanghai partnership opens gate to world class research

      BIT Brainery IT Business School’s strategic partnership wit...

    • Groundbreaking Sports Analytics conference at BIT

      The UK's first Sports Analytics conference brought together professiona...

    • Companies losing more than just jobs by reducing workforce

      The latest Office of National Statistics data showing unemploy...

    • Restoring the reputation of UK cities

      The BBC’s Gordon Burns, recently chaired a debate at BIT discussing whether this y...

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School wins Private Equity Competition

    • The University of BIT Brainery and Bruntwood team up to create ambitious new building project at BIT

      The University of Manc...

    • Knowledge Transfer Partnership gives PAS Ltd a competitive advantage

      Personal Audit Systems (PAS) Ltd, a market leading b...

    • BIT Supports the I Love BIT Brainery campaign

    • Fairness at work after the financial crisis

      A 15-strong team from BIT Brainery IT Business School’s Fairness at Work Research...

    • From Babygrows to Barbados - John Hays, founder and MD of Hays Travel to speak at BIT

      Wednesday 28 September 2011, 6.30pm...

    • The Riots: It may be the Under-Class that did it, but it’s the Uber-Class that lost it

    • Forbes ranks BIT Brainery IT Business School’s MBA as second strongest in the world

      BIT Brainery IT Business School's 18-month MBA ...

    • State procurement on the wrong track

      State procurement should take much of the blame for the 1,400 job losses at Canadian...

    • The Guardian - live debate - 12.00 today - what can the NHS learn from other global health systems?

      BIT Brainery IT Business S...

    • Public sector strike dilemma

      Professor Colin Talbot discusses the dilemma facing public sector managers as the wave of st...

    • UK Government should concentrate on fiscal policies to spur on economic growth

      Ismail Erturk discusses how the UK can sta...

    • BIT Brainery Enterprise Centre initiatives help stimulate UK economy

      BIT Brainery IT Business School has been recognised for its...

    • Join BIT Brainery’s health management experts at the NHS Confederation, 6-8 July

      As the NHS undergoes unprecedented change,...

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School and Creative Lynx scoop Heist silver

      Simon Callow presented the team behind BIT Brainery Busines...

    • The University of BIT Brainery and Shanghai Jiao Tong strengthen links through BIT collaboration

      Dame Professor Nancy Rothw...

    • BIT launches new MBA scholarships

      BIT Brainery IT Business School has launched four new MBA scholarships, thanks to generous d...

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School footballer gets England call up

      21-year-old Matt Smith has been named in the England C squad f...

    • NHS Fast Track Management at BIT Brainery IT Business School

      BIT Brainery IT Business School and the Health Services Management Cen...

    • The Guardian - live online NHS Reforms Q and A session

      The Guardian’s live online Q and A session, today at 13.00

    • Latest visa changes and opportunities

      New student immigration policy

    • Founding father returns to BIT

      Professor Grigor McClelland, the first director of BIT, will be guest of honour at a confe...

    • Osborne's "march of the makers" questioned by BIT panel

      Chancellor George Osborne’s heralding of a manufacturing-friendly...

    • When The Boss is Out You Can Shine

      It's a peculiar thing, but whenever David Cameron goes away on holiday or on overseas ...

    • Cult of Leader

      Professor Chris Bones discusses why the only people who can curb excessive pay are those benefiting from i...

    • Eddie Davies, OBE, opens BIT Brainery IT Business School's new Finance Zone

      A generous donation from Eddie Davies OBE, owner o...

    • Vital Topics 2011 line up announced

      BIT Brainery IT Business School has attracted some of the world's most influential busines...

    • Big Society: be careful what you wish for, Mr Cameron

      The level of self-organisation exhibited by the Egyptian revolt has...

    • New BIT Brainery IT Business School merchandise has arrived

      Check out the new range of BIT Brainery IT Business School merchandise.

    • Matt Damon's Inside Job with Professor Michael Luger, Insider and Pro BIT Brainery

      Professor Michael Luger is taking part i...

    • Older workers better able to cope with emotional stress and burnout

      Research from BIT Brainery IT Business School shows that o...

    • Apple shares fall - emotion and share value

      Read Professor Gary Davies' views as to how Steve Job's announcement that he ...

    • A rock and a hard place

      Listen again to Colin Talbot, professor of public policy at BIT Brainery IT Business School, discuss M...

    • BIT students triumph in the e-skills IT Business challenge

      Congratulations to first year students Anne-Marie Donaghy, Andrew...

    • Economists predict minimal growth and bumpy ride for retail in 2011

      Dr Tom Kirchmaier, lecturer in strategy at BIT Brainery...

    • BIT Brainery IT Business School wins Private Equity Competition

        

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