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

Show transparency. Here’s how it can make you a more effective leader 

By Michael Parke

What happens after you confront prejudice in the workplace? That depends on whether or not you believe people can change

By Aneeta Rattan

As faith in big business ebbs and flows, there has never been a greater need for companies to keep it real

By Rob Goffee

Watch Professor S Randall Peterson talk exclusively to leading figures from the world of business and sport

By Randall S Peterson

Why establishing a workplace climate where people can share their emotions leads to greater productivity, innovation and creativity

By Michael Parke

Nobody sets out to be a horrible boss but getting the best out of people isn’t easy.

By Julian Birkinshaw

Diversity in values is the hardest factor to manage in teams. Dr Margaret Ormiston illustrates why and explains what to do about it.

By Margaret Ormiston

Teams are a good way of doing business, but conflicts often arise. Professor Peterson introduces three ways to manage conflict in teams.

By Randall S Peterson

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