Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Alastair Campbell: winners and how they succeed
Alastair Campbell, director of communications and strategy for the Blair government from 1994 – 2003, will be giving a guest lecture in LUMS on 13 March, revealing the behaviours and mind-sets common to top politicians, sportsmen and entrepreneurs.
Management School invests over £1.5m in scholarships
Over 250 overseas students were awarded scholarships for postgraduate study at Lancaster University Management School this year.
Now drugs boost performance in the boardroom
The Sunday Times features research by Dr Karen Dale that finds that drugs designed to treat conditions such as narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder could be useful for executives seeking an extra edge at work.View article on the Sunday Times website
MBAs network in central London
Lancaster MBAs travel to London frequently to experience the busy heartland of business in the UK.
Celebrating success at MBA graduation
Students from the Lancaster MBA class of 2014 returned to Lancaster in December to take part in a colourful graduation ceremony.
Management Science summer research bursaries for undergraduates
The Department of Management Science is offering research bursaries (paid internships) for undergraduates to experience and learn about research problems in Management Science, Operational Research, Operations Management and Information Systems.
Top managers’ pay reveals weak link to value
The FT reports on research by Lars Helge Hass, Jiancheng Liu, Steve Young and Zhifang Zhang, of Lancaster's Department of Accounting and Finance, which found there was little correlation between the key performance indicators that companies highlighted to shareholders and the measures used to incentivise and reward senior staff.View article on FT website
Solving the Strategy Delusion
Solving the Strategy Delusion is a new book by Professor Cary Cooper with LUMS PhD graduate Marc Stigter, now at Melbourne Business School. The book takes a pioneering approach to challenging conventional and 'delusional' approaches to strategy.