Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Is the WTO one of Trump’s ‘big quagmire deals’? Here’s what’s at stake.
Research by Maurizio Zanardi, Paola Conconi and colleagues is cited in this article in the Washington Post.View the article on the Washington Post
What the increase in remote working means for SMEs
As the Work Foundation reports that more than 50% of UK businesses could have flexible working practices in place by the end of the year, Geraint Johnes explains what this means for small businesses.View the article on the Telegraph website
EQUIS Accreditation System celebrates its 20th anniversary
LUMS Dean Emerita Sue Cox discusses what EQUIS accreditation means and the value that it adds to schools.Watch the video on the EFMD website
LUMS academic wins Best Reviewer award
Juliana Sutanto, from the Department of Management Science, has been named Best Reviewer2016 by MIS Quarterly.
This Lancaster MBA is building a network of wind-powered data centers in Europe
BusinessBecause talks to Karl Rabe, founder and CEO of Windcloud.View the article on BusinessBecause
LUMS team awarded at global Family Enterprise Case Competition (FECC)
A team of LUMS students competed in an international Family Enterprise competition earlier this month, with two winning awards.
Chair in Leadership Vacancy
The Department of Leadership and Management is seeking an influential and dynamic senior colleague to support the development of research, publications and teaching in leadership at Lancaster.
Study finds ‘negligible’ link between CEO pay and good company performance
A major new study by Weijia Li and Steven Young has found that the link between CEO pay and corporate value creation in the UK remains ‘negligible at best’.
Why Istanbul is struggling to become an international financial centre
Does the Turkish government have ulterior motives in its attempt to make Istanbul a global financial centre?