Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Siemens UK CEO to help boost productivity of region’s SMEs
The Chief Executive of one of the UK’s leading engineering companies is due to meet with business leaders from across the region this month in a bid to boost productivity levels across the manufacturing and engineering sectors.
Geraint Johnes comments on the rise of the "gig economy"
Professor Geraint Johnes is quoted in the Guardian live business feed, explaining his observations on the rise of the "gig economy".Visit The Guardian
Spotlight on... Brian Gregory
Brian Gregory, Managing Director of Safety Management (UK) and an Entrepreneur in Residence at Lancaster University Management School will be delivering content on the topic of Open Innovation as part of the new Innovation Development Programme.
Software solutions company creates new jobs with support of Lancashire Forum
The founder of Logma Systems Design Ltd discusses how participating in the Lancashire Forum programme has helped her company.
Inside the project to fix Britain’s low-performing businesses
Professor Nigel Lockett highlights how low-performing businesses are transforming their practices through our Productivity Through People programme.View the article on the Financial Times website
LUMS launches new Innovation Development Programme
LUMS launches new 6 month management programme to help directors and managers of 60 Cumbrian SMEs to explore new markets and identify opportunities for product and service development.
Lancaster University 'top 5' for student satisfaction
91 per cent of Lancaster University students are satisfied with their course - seven per cent higher than the national average of 84 per cent.
IJOPM award for Professors Linda Hendry and Mark Stevenson
Two LUMS professors have received a prestigious award for their paper on uncertainty and ethical issues in supply chains.
Chinese and British Scholars visit LUMS for the China Research Frontiers Conference
The Lancaster China Management Centre welcomed 30 scholars from China and the UK to a two-day conference which explored some key questions on China Management, broadly around the internet and innovation.