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Top China finance officials receive training from Lancaster University Management School
A delegation organised by the All China Youth Federation, including some of China’s top bankers and finance officials, visited Lancaster University Management School recently.
University welcomes call to extend work with SMEs
Lancaster University has welcomed calls from the CBI for universities to extend their work with SMEs, including research collaborations.
LUMS professor named 'second most influential thinker' in the UK
Professor Cary Cooper has been named in second place in HR Magazine's 2013 ranking of the top 20 'Most Influential UK Thinkers', released this week.
Accounting and Finance ranked third in latest university guide
Accounting and Finance at Lancaster has risen to third place in the UK in the 2014 Times/Sunday Times 'Good University Guide', significantly improving on its 7th place in the previous guide.
Five more years from EQUIS signals School's global quality
LUMS has been re-accredited by EQUIS for the next five years, following a unanimous decision by the Awarding Body last week.
LUMS hosts LEAD Programme ninth anniversary reunion
Lancaster University Management School's LEAD programme, which derived from the University's ground-breaking work on management development and entrepreneurial learning, has become an extraordinary practical success.
The NHS is a national treasure. We must continue to guard it
Fears that the NHS is disintegrating are far from reality, argues Mike West. He discusses the key lessons to be drawn from the nationwide study he led into culture and behaviours across the service.View on The Guardian website
Nationwide study brings NHS 'dark spots' to light
The quality of care in the English NHS is too often compromised by a lack of clearly defined goals, over-regulation, and highly variable staff support, according to the largest ever study of NHS culture and behaviours.