Latest news about Lancaster University Management School's engagement with the business community.
The changing contours of fairness
How can organisations ensure they are fair? This was the topic discussed at an event today at The Work Foundation in London. Joining Professor Paul Sparrow of LUMS in the discussion were Esther McVey, Minister for Employment, and Stephen Moir, Director of People, NHS England.
Lancaster expert to advise on leaders of the future
What qualities do our future leaders need to steer organisations to success? What backgrounds will they come from? How will the UK identify and grow them?
Celebrating partnerships with SMEs
The Prime Minister’s adviser on enterprise, Lord Young, visited Lancaster University Management School on 27 March to join over 100 guests from industry and academia to celebrate 15 years of LUMS’s work with thousands of small businesses.
Confronting HR challenges
HR needs to ensure it retains its place at the heart of organisations – but what will this mean for how HR roles have to evolve? Professor Paul Sparrow from the Centre for Performance-led HR presented his perspective at a 'working breakfast' seminar organised by Career Moves.
Britain's economic future relies on seeking out the new
Birgitte Andersen, Director of the Big Innovation Centre and an honorary professor at LUMS, argues the case for innovation as the key driver of economic growth and social progress.View on The Guardian website
Landmark first hub launched as Lancaster University drives regional economic growth
Lancaster University has helped to launch the first of 15 growth hubs as part of a Government programme designed to promote economic and regional growth across England.