Longer working lives: challenges to individuals, employers and government
Geraint Johnes describes new research on ageing from the Work Foundation and LUMS which it is hoped will provide insights valuable for organisations and government.
Using social media to monitor UK alcohol consumption
Research by Lancaster University researchers, including Patrick Stacey of LUMS, has shown that social media can be used to detect drinking patterns in the UK, including spotting the variations on national holidays and celebrations.
HR Magazine: 'Better together'
Chris Ford, a PhD student in Accounting and Finance, is one of the experts interviewed in an HR Magazine feature on what open innovation means for HR.
Heads of family businesses help guide future research
Successful UK family businesses have been helping to guide Lancaster University Management School research, as part of a two-day strategy event held by the Centre for Family Business.
CEOs are more likely to be 'punished' as a result of takeovers
Research by Swarnodeep Homroy and colleagues reveals the negative consequences for CEOs as a result of poor company acquisitions.Read on the Real Business website