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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

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

By Linda Yueh

AI isn’t all sci-fi. Businesses must adopt new technology now to prepare for the future, says Michael Davies

By Michael Davies

Which customers generate the most profit for your business and does it pay to put their happiness above all others?

By Vasiliki Kostami

Jean-Francois Lambert examines oil, grain and energy prices and whether they will deliver better returns after years of stagnation

By Jean-Francois Lambert

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Do you have the right structures, processes and people to support your strategy?

By Costas Markides

Big organisations should think less about top-down strategy and allow more freedom at the grassroots

By Julian Birkinshaw

In part one of a two-part blog, Rebecca Homkes examines some of the myths and realities of effective strategy execution.

By Rebecca Homkes

Think courageous. Be courageous. Jules Goddard explains how

By Jules Goddard

As faith in big business ebbs and flows, there has never been a greater need for companies to keep it real

By Rob Goffee

Businesses need a commercial culture in which capital is more patient, work is more multiform and entrepreneurship is more mainstream

By Jules Goddard

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AI isn’t all sci-fi. Businesses must adopt new technology now to prepare for the future, says Michael Davies

By Michael Davies

Artificial intelligence is transforming the employment landscape. We must adapt our skills to exploit technology to the full

By Lynda Gratton

The entrepreneurs who choose riskier financing deals for a chance to become super-rich

By Suleyman Basak

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

By Lynda Gratton

Productivity growth is throttled by organisational red tape. Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini know how to untangle it

By Gary Hamel

Olly Dmitriev, the brains behind a new pioneering technology, shares how to precisely manufacture and sustain your innovation

By Anna Johnston

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

By Lynda Gratton

Productivity growth is throttled by organisational red tape. Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini know how to untangle it

By Gary Hamel

As faith in big business ebbs and flows, there has never been a greater need for companies to keep it real

By Rob Goffee

Think courageous. Be courageous. Jules Goddard explains how

By Jules Goddard

Big organisations should think less about top-down strategy and allow more freedom at the grassroots

By Julian Birkinshaw

Men and women respond differently to competition. It’s vital your organization knows why, says Selin Kesebir

By Selin Kesebir

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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

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

By Linda Yueh

How do you know if the idea you just came up with is any good?

By Costas Markides

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

By Richard Jolly

What it takes to create an authentic organisation

By Rob Goffee

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Jean-Francois Lambert examines oil, grain and energy prices and whether they will deliver better returns after years of stagnation

By Jean-Francois Lambert

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

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

By Ben Laurance

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