Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Lancaster researchers at climate change talks in Paris
Professor Gail Whiteman is among the Lancaster researchers attending the 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris.
Congratulations to Singapore MBA students
Lancaster MBA students in Singapore were celebrating on Friday night as they marked the completion of their course.
Lancaster MBAs at Sunway University learn importance of creativity
Creativity and communication were the key topics up for discussion at an MBA event in Kuala Lumpur last week.
Breakthrough carbon capture technique ushers in era of guilt-free gas
LUMS's Mark Shackleton discusses a new technique which might change the future of fuel.
Human Factors International’s executive teaches MBAs about critical thinking
MBA students spent two days learning about Critical Thinking for Business from a special guest consultant during a recent trip to London.
A force for good: Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business launches in Lancaster
Guests from the worlds of business and academia gathered together on Wednesday for the official Lancaster launch of the Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business.
Family-Driven Innovation: Resolving the Paradox in Family Firms
Alfredo De Massis et al examine innovation within family firms in an article in California Management Review.View the article on the Berkeley Haas website