LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

More work, less pay: Is the UK’s low-wage economy working? 20/10/17

More work, less pay: Is the UK’s low-wage economy working?

Economist Geraint Johnes discusses productivity in this article on Deutsche Welle.

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Consulting Careers: Lancaster MBA helps Fortune 500 firms enter Asian markets 18/10/17

Consulting Careers: Lancaster MBA helps Fortune 500 firms enter Asian markets

“An MBA can change your life,” says LUMS graduate Chotima Kasemphaibulsuk, who works as a strategy consultant.

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Why choose a career in logistics and supply chain management? 13/10/17

Why choose a career in logistics and supply chain management?

Prospects takes a detailed look at Logistics and Supply Chain programmes, including the Masters programme at LUMS.

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Sharing Economy: This MBA Launched An Uber-like Travel Startup At Business School 05/10/17

Sharing Economy: This MBA Launched An Uber-like Travel Startup At Business School

A serial entrepreneur, Betty Bai came up with the idea for her first start-up while doing her MBA at LUMS.

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Women lawyers “more risk averse” about applying for QC 27/09/17

Women lawyers “more risk averse” about applying for QC

Research by the Work Foundation, on why female lawyers are less likely to apply to be QC, is discussed in Legal Futures.

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The significance of relationships and rituals at work 26/09/17

The significance of relationships and rituals at work

The meaning employees attach to established routines and rituals can be sorely underappreciated, says Pete Thomas in HR Magazine.

View the article on the HR Magazine website