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London Business School Review

To survive in a rapidly changing world, companies need to attract and retain the most talented people.

By Lynda Gratton

Longevity was an emerging theme at this year’s World Economic Forum.

By Lynda Gratton

Lynda Gratton examines technology’s impact on the traditional managerial role

By Lynda Gratton

Can computers be creative? Lynda Gratton explains how we should prepare for a world where artificial intelligence will master creativity.

By Lynda Gratton

Is living so much longer a gift or a curse? LBS' Lynda Gratton & Andrew Scott explore how we can make longevity work for us.

By Lynda Gratton

The Maasai could teach us a thing or two about how to approach our working future.

By Lynda Gratton

There is no one grand theory of the future. Lynda Gratton contemplates three trends from 2016’s World Economic Forum.

By Lynda Gratton

Lynda Gratton discusses with Julian Birkinshaw some of the big trends shaping the workplace today.

By Lynda Gratton

The great institutions of our age are global corporations. But how can we shape the corporations the world needs for the future?

By Lynda Gratton

Looking forward to Davos 2014, what can we expect?

By Lynda Gratton

The relationship between companies and their employees is undergoing a fundamental shift.

By Lynda Gratton

What do we know about Generation Y? Lynda Gratton and Heather Hancock give their predictions and tips on the future of work in 2030.

By Lynda Gratton