LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

Research on 'Prozac Leadership' cited in Select Committee 31/03/17

Research on 'Prozac Leadership' cited in Select Committee

David Collinson's research is referred to in a Home Affairs Select Committee meeting on policing.

Watch the video on Parliament Live (from 16:50)
Sophie Alkhaled named on Northern Power Women list 31/03/17

Sophie Alkhaled named on Northern Power Women list

Dr Sophie Alkhaled has been named on the Futures List 2017 at the Northern Power Women Awards, recognising women in the North of England who are the influencers and change makers of the future.

View the full list on the Northern Power Women website
Grow your own: The apprenticeships levy 28/03/17

Grow your own: The apprenticeships levy

Neil Ralph sets out what small businesses need to know about the Apprenticeships Levy. 

View the article on the Small Business Charter website
LUMS Professor Alfredo De Massis explores succession in family business 20/03/17

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.

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Lancaster prepares to deliver Degree Apprenticeships 17/03/17

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.

Cultural barriers to agile working 15/03/17

Cultural barriers to agile working

Professor James Faulconbridge comments on the barriers to mobile working in this article in Forbes. 

View the article on the Forbes website