Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
'Great Lancaster Bake-Off' raises £400 for Children in Need
Staff from LUMS baked over 30 delicious cakes for the 'Great Lancaster Bake-Off', in support of the BBC's Children in Need campaign, on 21st November 2013.
Big Birthday Activities mark 20th anniversary of Lancaster’s BBA Management degree
The 20th Birthday of the BBA Management was celebrated by over 200 students, alumni and staff who attended events in Lancaster, London, Madrid and Hong Kong on 15th November.
Chorley Guardian: 'Mission to make Be Inspired Business Awards the best'
The North and Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce has commissioned Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) to carry out a major research project into its Be Inspired Business Awards, the BIBAs.View on the Chorley Guardian website
Business schools and SMEs: Why the government has got it wrong
The government is wrong to generalise the relationship between business schools and small firms, writes Ellie Hamilton.View on the Real Business website
The Conversation: 'Obamacare web fiasco won’t be the last big IT fail'
In an opinion piece for The Conversation, Paul Ralph argues that the Obamacare web fiasco won’t be the last big IT fail.
Cumbria Business Growth Hub launches new business programme to boost ambitious Cumbrian SMEs
A new business programme developed by experts at Lancaster University Management School will help 50 ambitious SMEs in Cumbria on the path to greater growth.
Why working fewer hours may make you perform better at your banking job
Work-life balance and well-being aren’t just ‘hygiene factors’, says Cary Cooper, reflecting on recent reports showing this to be as true in banking as elsewhere.View on the Yahoo website
GOLD programme pushes the boat out
It was all plain sailing when regional business owner-managers took to the water as part of Lancaster University Management School’s GOLD programme.
New report maps contours of fairness
A report just published reveals that, among those working in organisational contexts, there are markedly different notions of what is deemed to be ‘fair’.