Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
The IMPM: a trailblazer comes of age
Twenty years ago the International Masters in Practicing Management (IMPM) emerged to offer a radically different form of management education for senior managers, one which broke with conventional approaches to ‘teaching’ and prescribed syllabi. Professor Henry Mintzberg explains why it has lasting value.
Four ways to get more women into leadership at universities
Valerie Stead looks at Louise Richardson's appointment as vice-chancellor of Oxford University and examines ways to get more female leaders in higher education.
Why the UK government is willing to take a loss on RBS
Mark Shackleton and Kim Kaivanto argue that the Government's decision to sell its stake in RBS will level the playing field with other banks.
University's work with businesses wins funding
More than £3.1 million of funding has been awarded to Lancaster University, in recognition of its work with business – particularly small and medium, sized enterprises (SMEs).
Student secures place on Italian innovation summer course
A LUMS student has been selected to take part in a prestigious innovation summer course.
Educate North Awards recognise University's business support
Lancaster University’s work to support businesses and the economy has been recognised in the inaugural Educate North Awards.
Student entrepreneur flies the flag for the UK
A LUMS student has represented the UK, presenting at an entrepreneurship conference in Brunei after being selected by the British High Commission.
Rise in number of alumni in graduate jobs or study
Career prospects for LUMS graduates are on the up, according to the latest figures.