Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
The Guardian: 'Job awards reveal this year's top graduate recruitment trends'
Includes an interview with 2012 BBA graduate Kyle McQueen, who is now on Barclays 'future leaders' graduate programme and has won this year's TARGETjobs Rising Star of the Year Award.View on the Guardian website
City for City: Partners, Stakeholders and Networks
Over 50 delegates attended a Growth Hub workshop on Stakeholder Analysis with Lancaster University’s Professor Lucas Introna.
North West family businesses to be shown the path to growth
Family businesses in the North West are to be shown how they can grow and continue trading through successive generations.
The Lancaster BBA makes its mark
The memories and comments of BBA graduates from Lancaster have been captured in a striking new work of art unveiled in the LUMS building on 4 March.
Britain's economic future relies on seeking out the new
Birgitte Andersen, Director of the Big Innovation Centre and an honorary professor at LUMS, argues the case for innovation as the key driver of economic growth and social progress.View on The Guardian website
Landmark first hub launched as Lancaster University drives regional economic growth
Lancaster University has helped to launch the first of 15 growth hubs as part of a Government programme designed to promote economic and regional growth across England.
Mental Health and Work in the UK – a sobering view from the outside
Stephen Bevan writes about the OECD’s new report looking at the way the UK supports people in the labour market who are living with mental illness.View on the Lancaster University website
QS World University Rankings
Lancaster University Management School has confirmed its place among the world’s elite institutions with Accounting and Finance ranked 46th in the world, and Statistics and Operations Research in the top 15%.
SecEd: The links between personality traits and risky behaviours
A new study has looked at the links between teenagers’ personality traits and risky behaviours like drink and drugs. Professor Ian Walker looks at the implications of what they discovered.View on the SecEd website