Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Shared Parental Leave - Video Casebook
Ben Kerrane and Manchester University's Emma Banister's research on Shared Parental Leave has culminated in a series of videos of real-life couples telling their stories, as well as videos giving advice to parents and employers.Watch the videos on the Working Families website
2000th student visits Academic Writing Zone
The LUMS Academic Writing Zone has celebrated its 2000th student visit this month.
PhD student presents to government ministers at Croatian-British Business Forum
A research associate from LUMS has delivered a keynote presentation to a prestigious audience at a recent forum in Zagreb.
LUMS goes to WBCSD at Montreux
Ten LUMS students are off to support the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s (WBCSD) Annual meeting in Montreux next week.
BT has made a huge gamble on sport – but will it win?
How to get the best result from a £1.1 billion bet on football.
The US has gone from trailblazer to straggler in promoting transparency
LUMS's Marwan Izzeldin and Heba Abou-El-Sood from Cairo University Faculty of Commerce discuss what new US legislation could mean for the oil market.View the article on the Global Banking and Finance website
MBA alumna a global headteacher
Former MBA student Wendy Ellis reflects on how the course prepared her for her role as the head of an international school.
LUMS Professor Alfredo De Massis explores succession in family business
Succession has been as much a crisis for family businesses as it has been for monarchies throughout history. Given family enterprises like Beretta, Loacker, Marriott and Walmart make up around 90% of businesses around the world, succession really matters. The Small Business Charter features an interview with LUMS Professor Alfredo De Massis, exploring what’s involved in a smooth handover.Read Full Article
Lancaster prepares to deliver Degree Apprenticeships
Lancaster University is committed to supporting the UK Government’s ambitions to address skills gaps to increase productivity and improve UK economic performance. Degree Apprenticeships are a key ingredient in reversing the widening productivity gap between the UK and leading advanced economies.