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London Business School Review



Gender parity is still a way off. But encouraging more men into the debate could help bring it closer

By Eliot Sherman

Dan Cable and Richard Jolly take Brexit as a case in point for change

By Dan Cable

Faculty share strategic, psychological and social insights from the 2017 HR Strategy Forum event

By Gary Hamel

Dr Michael Parke explores how feeling worried or frustrated can push people to achieve better results

By Michael Parke

Not at all, say Margaret Ormiston and Niro Sivanathan, who offer tips on how to manage the individual experience of diversity

By Margaret Ormiston

Become a master of creativity and take your idea on a four-step journey

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

Can political figures teach professional services executives about winning hearts and minds? Absolutely, says Dominic Houlder.

By Dominic Houlder

Understanding the loneliness of the C-suite is the first step to a cure, says Richard Jolly.

By Richard Jolly

Seven book recommendations spanning social psychology, science and history on leading change.

By Richard Jolly

The recent row over tennis players’ pay highlighted a continuing gender bias in sport. Why does it persist? Raina Brands explores.

By Kathy Brewis

Sporting analogies for business leaders are great. But they come with two caveats.

By Anna Johnston

Double-standards apply if you or your company are not local – but you can improve your image, says Dr Donal Crilly.

By Donal Crilly