London Business School Review


What will it mean for people when machines can be creative?

By Ed Rex

Can computers be creative? Lynda Gratton explains how we should prepare for a world where artificial intelligence will master creativity.

By Lynda Gratton

Speaking at an LBS event, Ryan Broderick, Global Deputy News Director at BuzzFeed discusses the future of media.

By Anna Johnston

In the battle for consumers, retailers are turning to rapid drone delivery. But do customers want the premium service?

By Anna Johnston

Investors like to know where revenue is coming from. This thinking is probably what has led Google to re-structure.

By Julian Birkinshaw

Everyone’s a photographer nowadays. That’s the challenge facing Tatyana Franck, director of the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne.

By Mark Blayney

Sarah Wood, co-founder and COO of social video company Unruly, talks to Stuart Crainer.

By Stuart Crainer

A daily destination for 250,000 UK shoppers, SalesGossip is the premier online platform for brands and retailers looking to target consumers

By Deloitte Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Over the past 20 years, nothing has transformed business as thoroughly or as frequently as information technology

By Gary Hamel

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