London Business School Review


Set and shape strategy that works

The Centre for Corporate Governance asks who a company should be run for - shareholders or society?

By Will Grahame-Clarke

Once you’ve committed to a business strategy, it’s strangely easy to ignore the warning signs

By Freek Vermeulen

Imitating great companies can fail to make yours any better – here’s why

By Freek Vermeulen

The Nobel Peace Prize laureate shares how a reverse mindset can bring value to your life

By Muhammed Yunus

Pablo Ettinger is the co-founder of Caffè Nero, chairman of and much more. He opens the diary of his portfolio life

By Stuart Crainer

Firms that are in the same industry with similar stakeholders could be expected to respond to stakeholders in the same way. But they don't.

By Donal Crilly

Strategies that tempt firms to change could undermine their original success

By Dominic Houlder

Football is now a big industry worth studying in its own right: but it is also an excellent laboratory for studying success.

By Stefan Szymanski

Julian Birkinshaw believes that management is undervalued today – and for good reasons. Management, he says, has failed at the ...

By Julian Birkinshaw

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