London Business School Review

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“Innovation is the only insurance against irrelevance” – Gary Hamel

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

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

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

By Gary Hamel

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

By Julian Birkinshaw

Dr Gah-Yi Ban explains that inventory theory combined with Big Data could help address the problem of global waste

By Gah-Yi Ban

From manufacturing dredging tools for scallop trawlers to cleaning up decommissioned nuclear power stations

By Kathy Brewis

Julian Birkinshaw challenges misconceptions about new technology causing major upheaval for established companies

By Julian Birkinshaw

Jane Chen was so determined to save newborn infants’ lives, she moved to India to get her venture off the ground

By Jane Chen

What is the basis of competitive advantage in today’s business landscape? Many observers say it is the power to harness information.

By Julian Birkinshaw

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