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The Guardian: 'Made redundant? An MBA could change your life' 24/01/13

The Guardian: 'Made redundant? An MBA could change your life'

MBA graduate Kate Paterson is profiled in The Guardian, explaining how she used her redundancy from an architect's practice to take the Lancaster MBA and transform her career.

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FT: 'Strategy lessons, 101' 24/01/13

FT: 'Strategy lessons, 101'

A new book on strategy by Professor Gerry Johnson, with co-authors George Yip and Manuel Hensmans, is reviewed in The Financial Times. 'Strategic Transformation: Changing While Winning' is published by Palgrave Macmillan.

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BBC Radio 4: 'Just desserts' 22/01/13

BBC Radio 4: 'Just desserts'

Professor Martin Conyon took part on the BBC Radio 4 'Analysis' programme on 21 January, discussing executive compensation. Professor Conyon's contributions are at 21:33 and 23:42 minutes into the programme.

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21/01/13

All China Youth Federation Course

LUMS delivers another successful management development programme for All China Youth Federation.

TIGA welcomes Lancaster University as its latest member 18/01/13

TIGA welcomes Lancaster University as its latest member

TIGA, the trade association representing the UK games industry, has announced that Lancaster University is its latest member. 

Lancaster MBA Graduation 2012 18/01/13

Lancaster MBA Graduation 2012

Students from the Lancaster MBA celebrated graduation at a colourful ceremony in December.

Give parents at work a passport to help them work flexibly 10/01/13

Give parents at work a passport to help them work flexibly

Cary Cooper draws on LUMS research with working fathers to argue that flexible working should not be confined to mothers, nor should we rely on discretionary policies.

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New Management in Action speaker series launched in London 10/01/13

New Management in Action speaker series launched in London

Lancaster University's new Management in Action series has been launched with two successful events at The Work Foundation in London.

The Economist: 'MBA applications: No price too high?' 09/01/13

The Economist: 'MBA applications: No price too high?'

The Economist covers new research from Dr Caroline Elliott and Dr Kwok Tong Soo of Lancaster's Economics Department that finds that higher fees on MBA programmes reduce the number of applications.

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