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London Business School Review

The best leaders prioritise their people’s wellbeing, says Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers

By Kathy Brewis

Landmines kill and maim. They also strangle economic growth in countries devastated by conflicts.

By Elias Papaioannou

The founders of BlaBlaCar were quick to spot the sharing economy trend and launch what looked like a risky startup.

By Kathy Brewis

LeCab founder and LBS Accomplished Entrepreneur Award winner Ben Cardoso has this advice for would-be entrepreneurs

By Kathy Brewis

Companies should embrace the idea that there’s no shame in trying something new – even if the result is a flop

By Kathy Brewis

From manufacturing dredging tools for scallop trawlers to cleaning up decommissioned nuclear power stations

By Kathy Brewis

Dubsmash now a full video messaging app, used by more than 100m people in 78 countries who share 35 videos every second.

By Kathy Brewis

Steve McGuirk’s transformation of the fire service led to cost savings and fewer fires

By Kathy Brewis

Why The Big Issue, a magazine distributed by people facing extreme poverty, is a business, not a charity

By Kathy Brewis