Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Celebrating success at MBA graduation
Students from the Lancaster MBA class of 2014 returned to Lancaster in December to take part in a colourful graduation ceremony.
Management Science summer research bursaries for undergraduates
The Department of Management Science is offering research bursaries (paid internships) for undergraduates to experience and learn about research problems in Management Science, Operational Research, Operations Management and Information Systems.
Top managers’ pay reveals weak link to value
The FT reports on research by Lars Helge Hass, Jiancheng Liu, Steve Young and Zhifang Zhang, of Lancaster's Department of Accounting and Finance, which found there was little correlation between the key performance indicators that companies highlighted to shareholders and the measures used to incentivise and reward senior staff.View article on FT website
Solving the Strategy Delusion
Solving the Strategy Delusion is a new book by Professor Cary Cooper with LUMS PhD graduate Marc Stigter, now at Melbourne Business School. The book takes a pioneering approach to challenging conventional and 'delusional' approaches to strategy.
LUMS top for ‘research power’ in UK research ranking
Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) is the most research-intensive business school in the UK, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) published 18 December 2014.
Lord Heseltine headlines Wave 2 Growth Hub programme showcase
Lord Heseltine delivered the keynote speech at a LUMS event on 8 December that showcased Lancaster University’s role in developing regional economic growth across the UK.
The critical turn in leadership
Hosted by the Department of Management Learning and Leadership and funded by the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies, this workshop introduced and discussed the meaning and value of Critical Leadership Studies.
Developing leaders in Africa: new programme with health NGOs
Health care professionals across central Africa gathered in Nairobi recently for the first part of a new programme devised by LUMS to build leadership capability within the region.
How micro-finance within the welfare system could help the hard-up to save
If you rely on benefits, accessing a trustworthy financial system is hard, says Mark Shackleton, writing in The Conversation.