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

By Kathy Brewis

Michael G Jacobides slices and dices data from the world of banking to reveal where and when innovation yields results

By Anna Johnston

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

By Kathy Brewis

Nuno Sebastião on entrepreneurial lessons and tackling fraud with machine learning

By Anna Johnston

This research shows the 10 manufacturing industries with the most, and least, redeployable assets. Stormy weather results in economic gloom

By Howard Kung

Guiding principles to improve the design and delivery of leadership workshops

By John Dore

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Self-belief is useful. But it can also be dangerous, says David Lewis

By David Lewis

Flexible work is one of the biggest drivers of the transformation of business models

By Anna Johnston

If you’re a fledgling entrepreneur, chances are you’ll be seeking venture capital. But there are other sources of money

By John Mullins

How exactly is value created? New research shows the performance of private-equity-owned companies is driven by two major factors

By Aleksander A. Aleszczyk

Jyoti Bachani on why management structures need to shift away from controls and compliance to purpose and people

By Jyoti Bachani

There comes a point when business people with non-finance backgrounds can no longer delay acquiring the language of finance.

By Irem Tuna

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

By Kathy Brewis

Michael G Jacobides slices and dices data from the world of banking to reveal where and when innovation yields results

By Anna Johnston

Flexible work is one of the biggest drivers of the transformation of business models

By Anna Johnston

Anil Sethi shares lessons – and common pitfalls – of becoming a tech entrepreneur.

By Anil Sethi

Dr. Gah-Yi Ban explains that inventory theory combined with Big Data could help address the problem of global waste

By Gah-Yi Ban

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

By Kathy Brewis

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Guiding principles to improve the design and delivery of leadership workshops

By John Dore

Self-belief is useful. But it can also be dangerous, says David Lewis

By David Lewis

Nigel Nicholson explores what really goes on during political campaigns – and what business leaders can learn from the process

By Nigel Nicholson

How Marc Woods overcame bone cancer and amputation to became a record-breaking swimmer and an inspiration to businesses around the globe

By Steve Coomber

Jyoti Bachani on why management structures need to shift away from controls and compliance to purpose and people

By Jyoti Bachani

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If you’re a fledgling entrepreneur, chances are you’ll be seeking venture capital. But there are other sources of money

By John Mullins

Rating agencies stand accused of not being tough enough when assessing companies’ debts. But what if the truth is more nuanced?

By Henri Servaes

Calls to regulate the mutual-fund industry are premature

By Henri Servaes

Research by Ahmed Tahoun reveals the changing fortunes of firms associated with Mubarak’s Egypt

By Ahmed Tahoun

How exactly is value created? New research shows the performance of private-equity-owned companies is driven by two major factors

By Aleksander A. Aleszczyk

Are there patterns in the performance of stock market investments? And can they be exploited?

By Ben Laurance

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