Management Learning & Leadership news

What happens when boards actually collaborate? 20/08/15

What happens when boards actually collaborate?

David Collinson is quoted in an article on ITProPortal about collaborative leadership. 

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The sacrifices of the Anglican priesthood 16/07/15

The sacrifices of the Anglican priesthood

A study into the lives of Church of England clergy, revealing the personal costs of committing yourself to God, has been carried out by LUMS's  Caroline Gatrell and Bishop Nigel Peyton.

Four ways to get more women into leadership at universities 12/06/15

Four ways to get more women into leadership at universities

Valerie Stead looks at Louise Richardson's appointment as vice-chancellor of Oxford University and examines ways to get more female leaders in higher education.

Best paper award for LUMS academics 31/03/15

Best paper award for LUMS academics

Kathryn Fahy, Mark Easterby-Smith and Jon Erland Lervik have been awarded the 'Best Paper for 2014' in the journal Management Learning for their article "The power of spatial and temporal orderings in organizational learning". 

Professionalisation will get to the heart of the home care issue 30/03/15

Professionalisation will get to the heart of the home care issue

Lancaster’s new HELPcare project hopes to find the right model of continuing professional development and training for care workers across the EU, writes Carolyn Downs in Community Care.

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More research will help us break marketing's enduring glass ceiling 13/03/15

More research will help us break marketing's enduring glass ceiling

Writing in Marketing Magazine, Caroline Gatrell says more research is needed to develop new and creative ways to encourage women to drive forward their marketing careers.

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