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LBS professors recommend some of their essential reads – both fiction and non-fiction – for you to enjoy over the break.

By London Business School

Rapid transformation rather than fierce resistance is essential for organisations threatened by giant start-ups, says Peter Hinssen

By Peter Hinssen

US President Donald Trump beat Brexit to the top of the agenda for LBSR readers in 2017

Start here and now if you want that great leadership role

By Herminia Ibarra

Richard Jolly shares four techniques to beat burnout

By Richard Jolly

Business leaders face unprecedented challenges

By Randall S Peterson

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Heterogeneity in your business could shape your innovative edge

By Freek Vermeulen

To unleash automation’s decision-making potential we must examine its limitations

By Nicos Savva

Selin Kesebir’s research shows how our use of language reflects and influences perceptions of gender roles

By Selin Kesebir

The best creative teams pay attention to their technical toolkits. Pier Vittorio Mannucci explains

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

How British companies in a post-Brexit world can attract overseas talent

By Rob Morris

Put this ultimate seven-point strategy to work as part of your daily routine

By Jeff Archer

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Rapid transformation rather than fierce resistance is essential for organisations threatened by giant start-ups, says Peter Hinssen

By Peter Hinssen

Full transparency brings its own dangers. Dan Cable and Julian Birkinshaw explain

By Dan Cable

You don’t have to pay homage to Silicon Valley’s mythical creatures to innovate. You need to change the way your firm operates

By Gary Hamel

Successful innovation doesn’t come easy. Here’s some real wisdom from people who know what they’re talking about

By Kathy Brewis

To unleash automation’s decision-making potential we must examine its limitations

By Nicos Savva

How facts shape our view of the world – and how they can mislead

By Alex Edmans

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Start here and now if you want that great leadership role

By Herminia Ibarra

Richard Jolly shares four techniques to beat burnout

By Richard Jolly

Business leaders face unprecedented challenges

By Randall S Peterson

The late South African president exemplified a level of self-mastery that all business leaders should aspire to, says Nigel Nicholson

By Nigel Nicholson

Full transparency brings its own dangers. Dan Cable and Julian Birkinshaw explain

By Dan Cable

Why do firms react so differently to environmental, social and governance pressures?

By Ioannis Ioannou

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Valuing non-traditional firms is a technical challenge. Here’s what you need to know

By Christopher Hennessy

Ahmed Tahoun asks whether American lawmakers use their power to protect their own interests

By Ahmed Tahoun

Businesses with big profits and few debts should be easy to value. If only that were true

By Christopher Hennessy

Tim Gocher on how foreign investors can create big returns while addressing an age-old problem

By Tim Gocher

To lessen the cashflow pressure small firms face, supply chain finance is an additional option to government regulation

By S. Alex Yang

Dipankar Shewaram argues that equity market valuations have become dangerously stretched

By Dipankar Shewaram

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How is the digital disruption affecting your business? Today's podcast theme is Dealing with disruption.

By Julian Birkinshaw

Over a year has passed since the EU referendum. The General Election results are in. But is anything settled?

By Linda Yueh

Dr Michael Parke and Vyla Rollins discuss what it takes to create an effective emotional environment in the workplace

By Michael Parke

Welcome to the audio edition of the London Business School Review,Volume 28, Issue 2

By Various

What it takes to create an authentic organisation

By Rob Goffee

Explore the personal challenges of coping with the demands of a ‘hurry sick’ lifestyle

By Richard Jolly

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