Management Science news
LUMS top for ‘research power’ in UK research ranking
Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) is the most research-intensive business school in the UK, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) published 18 December 2014.
Professor’s lifetime achievement award
A Lancaster Forecasting expert has been honoured by the world’s leading operational research association.
John Boylan joins the Centre for Forecasting
Lancaster University Centre for Forecasting is proud to announce that Professor John Boylan is to join Lancaster University Management School and the Forecasting Centre from January 2015.
Kingsman Prize 2014
The Kingsman Prize for 2014 has been jointly awarded to Management Science PhD graduates Franklin Djeumou Fomeni and Yifei Zhao. The prize was established in memory of the long-standing scholar of Management Science, Professor Brian Kingsman.
How forecasting undermines the need for zero hour contracts
Robert Fildes, writing in The Conversation, asks whether employers really need to rely on using zero hour contracts to manage large numbers of staff.
The effect of virtual interactions on wellbeing
In an article on HR Magazine, LUMS PhD student Jean-François Stich explains his new research project, jointly supervised by Dr Patrick Stacey and Professor Cary Cooper.