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Is creativity a mystery to you? The creation of novel concepts is not a “magical act” say Michael Parke and Pier Vittorio Manucci

By London Business School

The latest Global Investment Returns Yearbook yields some surprising insights into varying returns around the world.

By Elroy Dimson

How to get beyond business-as-usual to a creative breakthrough: be real, angry, paranoid. Be a thief and be yourself

By Jessica Spungin

Effective leaders must be able to envision, express, excite, enable and execute, says Randstad India CEO Paul Dupuis

By Kim Thomas

“There is a magic to discipline”: heading up talent acquisition in an adhocracy

By London Business School

Growth and fixed mindsets make a difference to whether we welcome the displaced into our societies

By Aine Doris

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Bringing your ‘whole self’ to work can feel like a risky manoeuvre. Here’s why

By Randall S Peterson

Focus on developing your curiosity quotient if you want to shine

By John Dore

Avoid the common pitfalls and secure the package you really want

By Niro Sivanathan

Most companies realise they must innovate or be left behind. Easier said than done? Here’s how

By John Dore

The machines are coming... but there’s still hope for the rest of us

By Lynda Gratton

Achieving gender balance requires change at every level

By Emily Cloney

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How to get beyond business-as-usual to a creative breakthrough: be real, angry, paranoid. Be a thief and be yourself

By Jessica Spungin

Want to be more creative? Start with these books chosen by LBS faculty

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

Sharon Doherty, Global Organisation & People Development Director, Vodafone, addresses common concerns for organisations facing disruption

By Sharon Doherty

Porsche Holding Salzburg maintains its position as the number one automotive distributor in Europe

By Kathy Brewis

How Randstad is using tech to increase its human interactions with job seekers and recruiters

By Rob Morris

British Airways’ Alex Cruz on steering the airline into uncharted digital airspace.

By Rob Morris

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Effective leaders must be able to envision, express, excite, enable and execute, says Randstad India CEO Paul Dupuis

By Kim Thomas

Start here and now if you want that great leadership role

By Herminia Ibarra

Porsche Holding Salzburg maintains its position as the number one automotive distributor in Europe

By Kathy Brewis

British Airways’ Alex Cruz on steering the airline into uncharted digital airspace.

By Rob Morris

Avoid the common pitfalls and secure the package you really want

By Niro Sivanathan

Focus on developing your curiosity quotient if you want to shine

By John Dore

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The latest Global Investment Returns Yearbook yields some surprising insights into varying returns around the world.

By Elroy Dimson

With increasing automation, how can firms attract and retain the best?

By Narayan Naik

Achieving gender balance requires change at every level

By Emily Cloney

Machine learning is opening up new avenues in behavioural finance – but human curiosity and intelligence are still essential

By AQR Asset Management Institute

Once viewed as an illiquid asset class and best avoided, private equity is now characterised by high performance and exemplary governance

By Eli Talmor

A new form of impact investing would see investment capital deployed to address the needs of fragile populations

By Katherine Brown

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Is creativity a mystery to you? The creation of novel concepts is not a “magical act” say Michael Parke and Pier Vittorio Manucci

By London Business School

“There is a magic to discipline”: heading up talent acquisition in an adhocracy

By London Business School

Start here and now if you want that great leadership role

By Herminia Ibarra

Fineazy’s Monique Baars on how she learnt to hustle

By Jeff Skinner

Is the consensus around globalisation breaking down?

By Linda Yueh

How biases can affect decision-making

By Anna Pavlova

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