Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
What can local government learn from Murray's victory?
In an opinion piece in The Guardian, Professor Cary Cooper argues that Andy Murray's resilient performance at Wimbledon provides lessons for local government managers.View on The Guardian website
The Independent: 'From armed rebels to government officials: First Sudanese MBA student receives AMBA's top honour'
In a feature in The Independent, MBA student of the year Husameldin Elnasri speaks about his experiences at Lancaster University Management School and the hopes he has for his homeland Sudan.View on The Independent website
LUMS takes careers advice to students in Greece
Prospective Greek students to Lancaster University were able to start planning for their future careers whilst still in Athens when they took part in a Careers Seminar hosted by Louise Briggs, LUMS’ Head of Careers, Alumni and Employer Relations.
China-UK Entrepreneurship competition semi-finals held at LUMS
In an exciting 'Dragons' Den' format, eight teams pitched their new business ideas at the semi-finals of the China-UK Entrepreneurship Competition, held on 25 June at Lancaster.
LEAD programme highly commended by EFMD
The LEAD programme, run by IEED, has been highly commended by the EFMD at its 2013 Excellence in Practice Awards.
Improving student employability through industrial placements
The impact on students’ future careers of taking a year-long industrial placement as part of their degree was highlighted during the 2013 Alison Tasker Award. The winner was Laura Hyatt, a Management and Information Technology student, who spent her year with Fujitsu.
Gamers want epic tales, not just violent short-cuts
Why and how are video games becoming increasingly violent? Patrick Stacey reveals some initial findings from his research with game developers.
The Conversation: 'Gamers want epic tales, not just violent short-cuts'
In an article in The Conversation UK, Dr Patrick Stacey, from the Department of Management Science, argues that epic stories can provide more compelling content for computer gamers than graphical violence.View on The Conversation website