London Business School Review


“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”

Companies don’t usually get involved directly in politics. But, say Enrique de Diego and Simon Caulkin, that is now changing

By Enrique de Diego

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

The Danish entrepreneur at the forefront of satellite technology talks about commercialising the final frontier

By Lawrie Holmes

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

Entrepreneurship has had a long path to respectability. John Mullins explores the journey

By John Mullins

Five ways to bring your monitoring process into the 21st century

By Costas Markides

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

By Richard Jolly

Paul Herman, founder of Bluebox, sets out six factors that can optimise the value of any business in the eyes of an acquirer.

By Jeff Skinner

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