LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

Management students learn from businesses born out of poverty 18/02/15

Management students learn from businesses born out of poverty

The IMPM programme, delivered jointly by Lancaster and partner universities around the world, is featured in Bloomberg Business. The article describes how IMPM students are lerning how social enterprises are transforming the lives of women in remote Indian villages.

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MBA diary: Walk like a cow 18/02/15

MBA diary: Walk like a cow

Writing in the Economist, IMPM student Mike Fitzgerald describes the unique aspects of the IMPM's "Worldly Mindset", taught by one of Lancaster's partners on the IMPM programme, IIMB in Bangalore, India.

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Creating a vision employees connect with 13/02/15

Creating a vision employees connect with

In an opinion piece in HR Magazine, Professor Cary Cooper says that connecting with employees is the soul of effective engagement. 

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How to achieve a 95% pass rate in CFA Level I 09/02/15

How to achieve a 95% pass rate in CFA Level I

LUMS Masters students studying finance achieved a remarkable 95% pass rate in the Chartered Financial Analysis exams last year – compared to a 46% average. Paul Clarke explores the LUMS success in an article on the eFinancial Careers website.

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The dark side of digital work: how technology is making us less productive 06/02/15

The dark side of digital work: how technology is making us less productive

Writing in the New Statesman, Monideepa Tarafdar says that the more time and effort we spend keeping on top of ever-changing applications and struggling to swim through gluts of information, the less productive we are at work.

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Whistleblowing: Removing the wilful blindfold 06/02/15

Whistleblowing: Removing the wilful blindfold

HR Magazine features research led by Professor Mike West that finds that the priorities of NHS Trust meetings have a direct correlation to patient care.

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