London Business School Review

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The hardest thing about making teams work is making them work together

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

By Pier Vittorio Mannucci

Why should the gig economy mark the end of employees? Here’s an alternative approach

By Anna Johnston

Five evidence-based insights that conclude we should stop paying executives for performance

By Dan Cable

What is the best way to organise a company? From the shamrock to the Triple I, Charles Handy has led the debate

By Charles Handy

How can employees take the lead in innovation? Julian Birkinshaw and Lisa Duke found some inspiring examples of employee-led innovation.

By Julian Birkinshaw

Teams typically desire harmony above all. The most common fear is that of conflict.

By Adam Kingl

We all know bad managers – be they ambitious and aggressive, doing whatever it takes to move up the corporate ladder, or the opposite...

By Julian Birkinshaw

The logic that shapes the first half of your career can leave you trapped in the second half

By Richard Jolly

Jules Goddard assures us that trying new methods of management is the only way for businesses to thrive in the future

By Jules Goddard

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