Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Chairman of Timpson shares his thoughts on staff engagement
The chairman of family-owned retailers Timpson has delivered a Masterclass on getting the best out of staff.
Lancashire Leaders gather for exclusive debate and dinner with former Chancellor
Ian Gordon is quoted in an article about the Lancashire Leaders dinner, which was supported by Barclays, Lancaster University Management School, Napthens and RSM.View the article on the Lancashire Business Review website
Making a difference as a mentor
Acting as a mentor this year to not just one but nine current Lancaster students, Economics and Politics alumnus Ian Newman is a shining example of alumni generosity and of the mutual benefits of mentoring.
Chance to win with LUMS and The Economist’s Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Contest
Lancaster University Management School is one of 13 top business schools from around the world taking part in The Economist’s Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Contest.
New Doctorate of Management programme to help senior managers develop
A new part-time alternative to a PhD, aimed at research-orientated practitioners in the field of management, has been launched by Lancaster University Management School.
On the front line of the fight against disease
Meet the LUMS alumnus using his business knowledge to help accelerate scientific advances.
Wave 2 Growth Hubs programme gains recognition at AACSB International event
The Wave 2 Growth Hubs programme, led by Lancaster University, has been highlighted in a prestigious international initiative.
The human cost of Zika is clear, but will Brazil’s economy suffer too?
Economist Geraint Johnes reflects on other outbreaks to get to grips with the likely impacts of Zika.