Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Chinese research investment for North West companies
Four North West businesses have received research and development funding from a Chinese government body.
Lancaster academics named HR top thinkers
Two Lancaster academics have been named in the top 20 of HR Magazine’s "Most Influential Thinker 2015" list.
Too many smart northerners leave for London
In the Independent, LUMS's Dr Vincent O'Sullivan and Dr Hakim Yadi, Chief Executive of the Northern Health Science Alliance, argue that any Northern Powerhouse must try to bring talented graduates back from the capital.Read the article on The Independent website
Why we should worry less about rising CEO pay
Swarnodeep Homroy argues that it is compensation for the risk of dismissal, rather than greed, which is behind rising CEO salaries.
Meet the new LUMS Dean, Professor Angus Laing
Professor Angus Laing joins the Management School today as Dean. He has previously served as Dean of Loughborough University’s School of Business and Economics. Here, he offers a few thoughts.
Professor Sue Cox steps down as Dean
Today marks Professor Sue Cox's last day as LUMS Dean - a post she has held for 14 years.
LUMS top for gender balance
Financial Times article reports that, of the UK Business Schools which feature consistently in its global MBA rankings, Lancaster University Management School has the best gender balance, with half the class of 2014 being female.Read the article on the Financial Times website
Lessons from VW: courage, climate change and the C-suite
Professor Gail Whiteman, from the Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business, discusses the emissions scandal.