A new survey of 200 SME owners, directors and managers has revealed concerns about the lack of adequate management training in UK businesses.
New research published by the CIPD shows that line managers can improve the performance of their teams by focusing on building their strengths rather than trying to fix their weaknesses.
The stereotype of Swedish leadership (sometimes called the ‘Lagom Way’) is that it is based entirely on consensus and non-hierarchical decision-making. Some advocates call it democratic, whilst others view it as a recipe for chaos driven by a fear of conflict.
In a recent article for the magazine of Lancaster University Management School, Fifty Four Degrees, Professor Sir Cary Cooper examines what ‘wacky’ job titles mean for employers and employees.
MSB Joint Managing Directors Don Porter and Brian Hamill were delighted to attend the 2017 Professor Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture in Westminster.
MSB strategic partner, Lancaster University, has been given the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Gold Award for delivering outstanding teaching, a first class learning environment and excellent employment outcomes for its students.
A recent study conducted by Jack Zenger, author of Speed: How Leaders Accelerate Successful Execution, highlights six skills that focus on improving leaders’ people skills and organisational results. These ‘behavioural bridges’ have been created following analysis of 360 degree assessment data from 60,000 leaders.
For the second year running, the Financial Times has rated Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) as offering the world’s best teaching on corporate strategy.
MSB was pleased to attend an event recently hosted by Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) at London Zoo. The event was part of a week-long visit to London by MBA students.
One of MSB’s strategic partners, Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), has been named as one of the world’s top business schools in the Financial Times’ Global MBA rankings.