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World issues tackled at MSc economic summit 12/06/13

World issues tackled at MSc economic summit

All summits demand great preparation, and this was certainly true for MSc International Business delegates debating vital international trade issues at the programme's 2013 World Economic Forum.

E-Business graduate opens up new world with augmented reality 07/06/13

E-Business graduate opens up new world with augmented reality

A graduate of the MSc in E-Business and Innovation, who designed a new mobile phone application to help travellers, has been featured in the National Geographic Traveller magazine.

The Conversation: 'Austerity may have breathed new life into true happiness' 06/06/13

The Conversation: 'Austerity may have breathed new life into true happiness'

In a column in The Conversation, Professor Cary Cooper explores the paradox of people staying happy, even though we are five years into the biggest financial crisis in decades.

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Rising to the top 05/06/13

Rising to the top

What problems are preventing women in mid to senior management make the final step up to the board asks Cary Cooper?

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Does cognitive bias kill creativity? 03/06/13

Does cognitive bias kill creativity?

Paul Ralph  gives a run-down on how cognitive biases act as a barrier to truly innovative website design.

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New interdisciplinary MSc mixes politics and management 28/05/13

New interdisciplinary MSc mixes politics and management

Politics and management combine in a unique new Masters degree, designed to create a new breed of politically astute managers able to read what is going on below the surface in international management, and manage the needs of different stakeholders.‌‌

Another victory! Lancaster MBA team wins pharma case competition 21/05/13

Another victory! Lancaster MBA team wins pharma case competition

A team of Lancaster MBA students has come out top in a tough new case competition focused on the healthcare sector and organised by Warwick Business School.

Smart thinking: Project Management students devise walking and cycling app 20/05/13

Smart thinking: Project Management students devise walking and cycling app

As part of their course, a group of MSc Project Management students have produced an innovative android phone app featuring cycling and walking routes around Lancaster.

The Independent: 'Nursery school leads to better exam results - but only for poorer pupils' 20/05/13

The Independent: 'Nursery school leads to better exam results - but only for poorer pupils'

A study by Professor Ian Walker, featured in The Independent, reveals disparities in how nursery education impacts upon children's subsequent GCSE performance, and raises questions as to whether subsidised nursery places should be means-tested.

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