Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Reaching for the heights: mountaineer Andy Cave on the Lancaster MBA
World-famous mountaineer Andy Cave was a guest lecturer on the Lancaster MBA on 8 March 2013. He inspired the MBAs with tales of overcoming adversity and exceeding expectations, giving the students fresh perspectives on organisational issues.
The Telegraph: 'Continental-style drinking hours leave economic hangover'
The Telegraph covers research by LUMS economists Colin Green and Maria Navarro Paniagua that found that abolition of the traditional 11pm closing time in England and Wales in 2005 triggered a noticeable rise in workplace absence in the subsequent years.View on The Telegraph website
Management Today: 'When God is your CEO: Five leadership lessons from the clergy'
In an article in Management Today, Dr Caroline Gatrell and Dr Nigel Peyton outline several leadership lessons from their study of leadership among Anglican clergy. Their book 'Managing Clergy Lives' has just been published by Bloomsbury.View on the Management Today website
LUMS student shortlisted for 'Undergraduate of the Year' award
Second year student Oli Monks has reached the final shortlist of the TARGETjobs 'Undergraduate of the Year' Awards in the Management category.
The Times: 'Why breaking the glass ceiling in business schools will help us all'
LUMS Dean, Professor Sue Cox, is featured in an article in The Times about female deans at business schools.
Wellbeing in the financial sector
New research into the daily lives of bank workers reveals that they suffer from higher workplace stress than the general population.
Students show their flair at the 2013 Red Rose Business Weekend
Students from across the University came head to head last month at Lancaster University Management School in the annual Red Rose Business Weekend, impressing the judges from IBM and Saatchi & Saatchi with the quality and ingenuity of their ideas.
Lancaster University Management School maintains prestigious AACSB accreditation
Lancaster University Management School has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB is one part of LUMS' triple accreditation, which places the School in the top 2% of business schools worldwide.
The sky's the limit for young entrepreneurs
Lancaster University has held its first ever Entrepreneurship Conference with Career Academies UK for Year-12 pupils.