Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Business schools need to work more closely with medium-sized enterprises
Sue Cox argues that business schools need to be more active in their engagement with medium-sized businesses, benefiting business as well as the wider economy.View on the FT website
The Telegraph: 'Lancaster University among top 10 for UK's 'best value universities''
The Telegraph ranks Lancaster University 5th in the UK for 'best value universities'.View on The Telegraph website
Huffington Post: 'Economists remain unconvinced by Osborne's recovery plan'
Professor Geraint Johnes comments on the Chancellor of the Exchequer's autumn budget statement in a piece collating economists' views in the Huffington Post. "If the European economy remains fragile beyond 2013, further fiscal retrenchment at home is likely to prolong still further the return to significant levels of growth," says professor Johnes.View on the Huffington Post website
The Guardian: 'Lack of data on NHS contractors'
The Guardian has published a letter by Professor Mike Pidd on the the lack of action over high rates of bed occupancy in NHS hospitals. "Joined-up thinking is not enough unless it leads to co-ordinated action, which is difficult to achieve, especially in a health service still trying to digest the government's latest reforms," says Professor Pidd.View on The Guardian website
BusinessBecause: 'Top Business Schools For Entrepreneurs'
The BusinessBecause website lists Lancaster University Management School as one of its top three business schools for entrepreneurs - alongside Stanford in the USA and IE Business School in Spain.View on the BusinessBecause website
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.