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In her TEDxLBS talk, Dr Gah-Yi Ban lays out fundamental truths about algorithms that you need to know in the digital age

By Gah-Yi Ban

From visible losses and invisible risks to new skills and opportunities

By Svetlana Bryzgalova

Corporate disclosure is a double-edged sword, suggests Darren Bernard

By Darren Bernard

The founder of VGC Partners offers six tips to scale your business across borders

By Kim Thomas

How one business, founded by an LBS alumnus, is changing African lives for the better

By Matt Munday

Emirates Group’s Gary Chapman on succeeding in the region

By Kim Thomas

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Beating the competition and attracting investment means finding new ways to move beyond operational excellence

By Florin Vasvari

Organisations need to move fast, with leaders who can pivot. Look beyond corporate role models for inspiration, says John Dore

By John Dore

A good book is the best travel companion – wherever you are. Be transported with these titles chosen by LBS faculty.

By Richard Jolly

Pick up any publication on family business and you will find that most articles are about succession, governance or both.

By Åsa Björnberg

How are some of the world’s most reputable organisations translating purpose into results?

By Ioannis Ioannou

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In her TEDxLBS talk, Dr Gah-Yi Ban lays out fundamental truths about algorithms that you need to know in the digital age

By Gah-Yi Ban

From visible losses and invisible risks to new skills and opportunities

By Svetlana Bryzgalova

How one business, founded by an LBS alumnus, is changing African lives for the better

By Matt Munday

Emirates Group’s Gary Chapman on succeeding in the region

By Kim Thomas

How should leaders adapt to the new world of business ecosystems? For a start, they need to realise that their customers now call the shots

By Michael G Jacobides

An emerging research field can help people make better financial decisions

By David Faro

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Corporate disclosure is a double-edged sword, suggests Darren Bernard

By Darren Bernard

No part of the global economy will remain unaffected by the impact of digital technologies. How should you respond in order to thrive?

By Michael Davies

Holding onto investors’ cash stems from a pernicious mindset, warns Henri Servaes

By Henri Servaes

How One Young World’s co-founder is supporting the next generation of global leaders

By Sophie Haydock

20 years from now, most consumption could be virtual, says WeChat’s founder

By Julian Birkinshaw

Big corporations wanting to learn from entrepreneurial ventures should consider these four points

By James Price

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From visible losses and invisible risks to new skills and opportunities

By Svetlana Bryzgalova

Why our students are rethinking how we save and invest

By Will Grahame-Clarke

What can established insurance companies learn from their disruptors?

By Narayan Naik

Holding onto investors’ cash stems from a pernicious mindset, warns Henri Servaes

By Henri Servaes

ESG investing is now mainstream – but measuring the performance of ‘green’ products and their asset managers is complex

By Anna Pavlova

An emerging research field can help people make better financial decisions

By David Faro

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LBS alumni discuss how they are changing the world through innovation

By London Business School

In this podcast series, Gary Dushnitsky explores the innovation challenges within big corporates.

By London Business School

Recent alumni discuss their experiences at our Reunion event.

By London Business School

In this podcast series, Julian Birkinshaw explores the business applications of artificial intelligence.

By London Business School

What makes an entrepreneur? Find out in our new podcast series by Jeff Skinner

By London Business School

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