Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Responsible business award for Lancaster 'game changer'
Professor Judi Marshall, a pioneer in the field of business sustainability leadership, has been named as a ‘game changer’ by Business in the Community (BITC).
Business strategy textbook achieves one million sales
When Gerry Johnson (Lancaster University Management School) and Kevan Scholes (Sheffield Business School) wrote the first edition of Exploring Corporate Strategy in 1984 no one anticipated that it would quickly become the top-selling Business Strategy textbook in Europe.
LUMS researchers examine the potential for self-driving cars in the UK
Researchers from Lancaster University Management School have explored what it would take for driverless vehicles to become commonplace on UK roads.
LUMS wins 'Business School of the Year' award
Lancaster University Management School has won the Times Higher Education Business School of the Year award.
Board level leadership is vital in promoting good staff health
Mike West argues that when NHS boards monitor, support, and model good staff health and wellbeing, staff will be more likely to take care of their own health.View on The Work Foundation website
'Great Lancaster Bake-Off' raises £540 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 22 November. The cakes were sold to staff and students and raised over £540 for the charity.
New report calls for business schools to 'flex muscle' in the economy
Mid-sized companies and business schools are compromising growth by not working closer together, according to an independent report published today. The Business Schools Task Force, which produced the report, was chaired by Professor Sue Cox, Dean of Lancaster University Management School.