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From formal conferences and thought-provoking workshops to social drinks receptions, we are proud to offer our alumni a wide variety of events.
Megatrends: Predicting the future to reinvent todayLSE CampusThursday 25 January, 6.30-8.00pm
As part of the Rerum Cognoscere Causas (RCC) Conference 2018, LSE Management alumni are invited to this lecture. Shane Wall, HP Inc.'s Chief Technology Officer, will discuss megatrends and how they will impact humanity in the future.
A Room with a View - Managing from the TopLSE CampusWednesday 6 December, 6.30-8.00pm
Yasmin Diamond reflected on her extensive career in corporate, government and public sector communications. In conversation with Dr Hyun-Jung Lee, she discussed effective female leadership, what makes a good communicator and overcoming cultural differences in the workplace.
From Saturn to Your Smartphone and Beyond: Startups, the CMOS Camera-on-a-Chip Story and YaleAir Street, LondonMonday 4 December, 6.00-8.00pm
LSE Management alumni were invited to this lecture which formed part of the Yale Speaker Series in London. Professor Eric R. Fossum is best known for the invention of the CMOS image sensor "camera-on-a-chip" used in billions of cameras, from smartphones to web cameras.
Management Alumni Christmas DrinksThe Fable, LondonFriday 1 December, 6.00pm
Management alumni joined our Management Alumni Ambassador, Leo Koshutova, for an evening of Christmas drinks.
HRO Alumni and Student Careers EveningLSE CampusMonday 27 November, 6.00-8.30pm
LSE Careers, in collaboration with the Department of Management, ran an alumni networking event for the students on the MSc Human Resources and Organisations (HRO) programme (formerly known as Human Resource Management, International Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour).
Automation and the Future of Work - Where are we heading? LSE CampusTuesday 21 November, 7.00-9.00pm
LSE HRM Special Interest Group hosted a panel discussion with Professor Leslie Willcocks, Professor of Work, Technology and Globalisation, Ramyani Basu (AT Kearney), Purnima Mookerjee (Coutts) and Alvise Simondetti (Arup), as they debated the impact of automation on the workforce. The discussion was followed by an intimate drinks reception.
How Entrepreneurial Management Transforms Culture and Drives Growth with Eric RiesLSE Campus,Thursday 16 November, 6.30-9.00pm
Entrepreneur Eric Ries discussed his new book The Startup Way. This public lecture was followed by a drinks reception for Management Alumni.
Global Master's in Management Alumni and Student Networking EveningLSE CampusThursday 9 November 2017, 6.30pm
LSE GMiM alumni shared their experiences and journeys so far over drinks and canapes with current GMiM students. It was a chance for alumni to promote their organisations to a talented and diverse cohort of students.
A Business Case Study in China - Change, Innovation and the FutureThe Regent Beijing, 99 Jinboa Street, Beijing, ChinaWednesday 8 November 2017, 7.00pm
LSE Management alumni joined our Executive Global Masters students and management professors for a lecture by LSE alumnus Cui Jianguo, Chairman of Guangxi Fenglin Wood Industry Group Limited. The keynote speech was followed by a drinks reception.
FutureProof - How to get your business ready for the next disruptionPearson, LondonMonday 30 October 2017, 6.00-8.00pm
LSE Management alumni were invited to this lecture which formed part of the Yale Speaker Series in London. Minter Dial, a Branding and Digital Strategy specialist explored how to futureproof business.
How the Best Leaders Inspire Their Teams - Professional Development WorkshopLSE CampusWednesday 25 October 2017, 6.30pm-8.30pm
Is the ability to inspire and motivate others something that can be learned, or are you just born with it? This workshop, led by executive coach, Colin Hiles, explored the secrets behind this mysterious, yet all-important competency.
Management Alumni Drinks EveningLSE CampusThursday 12 October 2017, 6.30pm
Management alumni and students enjoyed an informal evening of networking and conversation over drinks and canapés at LSE
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