Latest news about Lancaster University Management School's engagement with the business community.
Viewpoint: Alfredo De Massis on disruptive innovation
Family businesses should be excellent at changing direction, and the ideal time to do it is during generational transition, says Professor Alfredo De Massis, writing on the Family Capital website.View on the Family Capital website
The conductor as leader: orchestrating your business
Join LUMS economics alumnus and classical music comedian Rainer Hersch at a Lancaster MBA event in London on Thursday 27 November.
Lord Heseltine to visit Lancaster for growth hub programme showcase
Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine will speak on the importance of local growth hubs at a special showcase event at Lancaster University Management School.
MSc Management student project benefits north west travel agency
A north west online travel agent has received a boost thanks to students from Lancaster University Management School.
Why are there not more medium-sized businesses in the UK?
Ian Gordon, director of Lancaster's LEAD 2 Innovate programme, is quoted in a feature in the Guardian about how British entrepreneurs can grow their businesses.View on the Guardian website
IMPM partner NGO wins international award
One of the IMPM’s partners, the Galpão Aplauso, an NGO and social enterprise based in Rio de Janeiro, has received a Development Impact Honors Award from the US Treasury Department.