Management Learning & Leadership news
Bookmakers accused of luring women and young people to bet
Dr Carolyn Downs is quoted in a story in the Mail Online about how betting companies have been accused of encouraging young people and women to gamble by taking bets on the outcome of reality television shows.View on the Mail Online website
US ideas have a disproportionate influence on business schools
David Collinson argues that the desire to publish in top, US-based journals has a homogenising effect on research.Read on the Financial Times website
The Times: ‘Treat staff how you wish them to treat customers’
Dr Anthony Hesketh is quoted in a feature in The Times about how organisations treat their staff.
HR Magazine: ‘Fathers jealous of perceived maternity advantage’
Dr Caroline Gatrell is quoted in HR Magazine, discussing men’s perceptions of flexible working arrangements.View on the HR magazine site
Employee Benefits: 'Why benefits professionals need to consider corporate social responsibility’
Professor Judi Marshall is quoted in a story on the Employee Benefits website on how employers can implement effective corporate social responsibility strategies.View on the employee benefits site
Alumni in Pakistan welcome opportunities to reconnect
Two recent LUMS reunions in Pakistan gave alumni a long-awaited opportunity to hear updates from Lancaster and to network amidst discussions about their student experiences.