World-Class Leadership Hub
Lancaster University Management School is the 2012 'Business School of the Year'
LUMS is a world-class hub for leadership research and leadership development.
As one of the UK's top business schools, we are internationally recognised for cutting-edge leadership research, and we have considerable experience in designing and delivering innovative leadership development programmes that have real impact with organisations.
We offer a wide variety of programmes, including Masters courses for individuals and customised leadership development designed for organisations. These include:
- International Masters in Practicing Management (IMPM) A two-year part-time Masters delivered around the world by LUMS and a consortium of the world's leading business schools.
- Global Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP) A six-month modular programme for teams of senior-level executives from multinational companies.
- MA in Management Learning & Leadership (MAMLL) Two-year part-time programme that develops the management, learning and leadership practices of participants and their organisations.
- The LEAD Programme
LEAD is a cutting-edge programme for SME owner-managers to drive the development and growth of their business.
- Leadership for Housing A modular programme, developed with the National Housing Federation, and aimed at those in senior management positions within housing associations.
The Lancaster Leadership Centre was set up to provide customised leadership development interventions that help corporate leaders and senior executives around the world to drive forward change, improve performance and develop the leadership talent within their workforce.
15 May 2013The Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development at LUMS has won a national award from the Economic and Social Research Council, in recognition of its outstanding impact on business.
4 April 2013In an article in Management Today, Dr Caroline Gatrell and Dr Nigel Peyton outline several leadership lessons from their study of leadership among Anglican clergy. Their book 'Managing Clergy Lives' has just been published by Bloomsbury.
11 March 2013In a blog post for the Work Foundation, Dr Eleanor Hamilton argues that investing in leadership development for owner/managers of small and medium-sized businesses will boost growth.
8 March 2013Professor Mike West discusses how NHS leaders can develop cultures of high-quality health care. This King's Fund video is from a presentation he made recently in the run up to the NHS Leadership and Management Summit.
Leadership is an international journal co-edited by David Collinson of Lancaster's Department of Management Learning and Leadership, and Keith Grint of Warwick Business School.