Events

Upcoming Events & Seminars

Events, seminars and conferences organised by Lancaster University Management School
 

Saturday, 01 March 2014 - Monday, 31 March 2014

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Professor Mike Reed is Professor of Human Resource Management at Cardiff Business School, and is currently an Honorary member of the Department of Organisation, Work and Technology at Lancaster University Management School. His research interests include changing forms of organisation and new forms of work organisation and control.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 11, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Professor Mike Reed
An Economics research seminar.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 8, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Professor Jo Lindley, King's College London
Learn how to understand and forecast your time series. This two-day course is an ideal introduction to forecasting. You will learn how to explore and analyse your data, build robust and accurate time series forecasts using exponential smoothing and understand your forecasting performance.
Event Time
9:00 AM
Venue
The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer St, London
Professor Laura Empson is professor of the Management of Professional Service Firms at Cass Business School. Her research interests include leadership dynamics in professional service firms and has covered themes such as: mergers and acquisitions, the professionalisation of management, organizational and identity change, knowledge management, and diversity management.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 11, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Professor Laura Empson, Cass Business School
An Economics research seminar.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 8, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Professor Charles Nolan, University of Glasgow
This two-day interactive workshop aims to bring together family businesses operating in the North West.
Event Time
10:00 AM
Venue
Lancaster University Management School
Professor Peter Scott is Professor of International Business History at the Henley Business School. His research interests include: the growth of mass consumption, consumer credit and owner-occupation, together with their impacts on household behaviour; the evolution of mass retailing formats in Britain and the United States; and the development of consumer goods industries.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 4, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Professor Peter Scott, Henley Business School
An Economics research seminar.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 11, Lancaster University Management School
Speaker
Dr Climent Quintana-Domeque, University of Oxford
An Economics research seminar.
Event Time
4:00 PM
Venue
Lecture Theatre 11, Lancaster University Management School
Lancaster alumni are invited to attend the latest lecture in the Management In Action series: Charles Byrne's 'The challenges of delivering a consistent service with 1500 outlets'.
Event Time
6:30 PM
Venue
The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer Street, London, SW1H 0AD
Speaker
Charles Byrne
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