Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
CEOs need to protect their bonuses after Wolfson's altruism
Steve Young makes the case for why CEOs giving their bonuses to their staff is the wrong way to fix the remuneration problem.View on the Management Today website
'Called or collared?' Sacrifices of the Anglican priesthood
The first ever study of the lives of Church of England clergy has revealed the personal costs of committing yourself to God.
Enactus Lancaster wins 'Most Improved Team' award at national competition
Six students from LUMS represented Enactus Lancaster at the Enactus UK National Competiton on 17 and 18 April in Canary Wharf, taking home awards for Most Improved Team, a grant from Wilkinsons for fostering entrepreneurship within their projects, and an individual member's Outstanding Contribution award (Oli Monks).
The Lancaster MBA - India and East Asia Tour
Over the past two months The Lancaster MBA has hosted alumni dinners in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei and Tokyo.
China UK Entrepreneurship Competition - entry now open!
Do you have an idea for a business venture involving the UK and China? Fancy a share of 12,000 pounds in cash prizes? The China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge 2013 is now open for entry!
LUMS launches new Masters programme to teach students the 'make or break' skills of business
Innovation and entrepreneurship are vital skills to help businesses find new ways to compete and grow, and in tough times, they can make the difference between business success and failure. Lancaster University Management School’s MSc in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Practice has been designed with this in mind.
Reaching for the heights: mountaineer Andy Cave on the Lancaster MBA
World-famous mountaineer Andy Cave was a guest lecturer on the Lancaster MBA on 8 March 2013. He inspired the MBAs with tales of overcoming adversity and exceeding expectations, giving the students fresh perspectives on organisational issues.
The Telegraph: 'Continental-style drinking hours leave economic hangover'
The Telegraph covers research by LUMS economists Colin Green and Maria Navarro Paniagua that found that abolition of the traditional 11pm closing time in England and Wales in 2005 triggered a noticeable rise in workplace absence in the subsequent years.View on The Telegraph website