Leadership and Management news
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
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
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.View on the Community Care website
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.View on the Marketing Magazine website
The vicious circle of low status homecare work must be broken
The majority of homecare workers are immigrants who do a great job, syas Dr Carolyn Downs in The Guardian, but care work needs to be a more attractive and credible career option.View article on The Guardian website
Supporting health and social care workers
A Lancaster University Management School project will help health and social care workers professionally in the light of the demands of an ageing population.