Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
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.
IEED features in Ingenious Britain supplement
Lancaster University Management School has recently featured in the 'Ingenious Britain' supplement, which was included with the Sunday Telegraph.
LUMS graduate wins Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year award
The Grand Old Duke of Pork, a start-up business founded by recent Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) graduate Paul Hodges, has been awarded the title of Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year at the University Student Enterprise Awards.
Adapting for the future - growth and inequality in economics
On the afternoon of 7 November an open discussion was held in Lancaster University Management School with the title of ‘Economics – Adapting for the Future – an afternoon of dialogue on the themes of Growth and Inequality in Economics’.
Santander Universities scholarships
Several students from Lancaster University Management School have benefited from the first tranche of scholarships, worth around £45,000, provided by Santander through its Santander Universities Global Division.
New maternity and paternity leave legislation could change the way we think about work
Caroline Gatrell discusses the likely impact of the government's new maternity and paternity legislation.View on the HR Magazine website