Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
The Guardian: ‘Whatever happened to remote working?’
Professor Cary Cooper is quoted in the Guardian work blog discussing why employers don’t trust employees to work from home.View on the Guardian website
Suresite praises Lancaster MBA student project
A group of MBA students who completed a successful Consultancy Challenge project with Suresite Group, a card services and risk management company, have been featured on the company website.
Social media gurus to pass on digital marketing expertise
North West SME owners will have an opportunity to learn how to grow their business through digital marketing at a special two-day workshop run by Lancaster University Management School.
The Conversation: Heartbleed patched but security time bomb is still ticking
The latest website bug has flagged up how our expectations of online security are unrealistic and often built on misconceptions, argues Dr Paul Ralph.Read more on The Conversation website
Lancaster graduate wins Rising Star Award at the UK's largest graduate recruitment awards
Lancaster graduate Kyle McQueen received the prestigious Rising Star Award from host Jonathan Ross at the recent TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards.
Mindful Leadership: Understanding the Concept and Practice
The TopMBA website carries an opinion piece by Chris Saunders, Director of the Lancaster Full-time MBA, on why being a better leader requires a more holistic perspective than is often acknowledged.View on the TopMBA site
The changing contours of fairness
How can organisations ensure they are fair? This was the topic discussed at an event today at The Work Foundation in London. Joining Professor Paul Sparrow of LUMS in the discussion were Esther McVey, Minister for Employment, and Stephen Moir, Director of People, NHS England.