Attend a range of alumni events.

From formal conferences and thought-provoking workshops to social drinks receptions, we are proud to offer our alumni a wide variety of events.

Upcoming events


Despotic Data: how authoritarian regimes are driving technology and innovation
Auditorium, Centre Building, LSE Campus
Wednesday 13 November, 6.30-8.00pm

Data has become crucial in the production of our goods and services, particularly when it comes to the production of new technology and innovation such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. LSE Management's Professor Noam Yuchtman explains the reasons why authoritarian regimes - such as China - are becoming world leaders in technology, innovation and AI.



Webinar: The Mid-Career Checkup with Monique Valcour
Thursday 14 November, 6.30-7.30pm

Mid-career can be disorienting. We may find professional achievements less meaningful. Or career demands suddenly feeling unsustainable. In fact, long-term research finds such shifts are common and follow clear patterns. In this webinar, Harvard Business Review contributor and management professor, Monique Valcour, will show how a mid-career checkup allows professionals to take stock of where they are, clarify what's important for the next phase of their career, and develop strategies to get them there.

Available to download after - must have registered!



How Freedom of Choice Influences Well-being
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE Campus
Thursday 28 November, 6.30-8.00pm

Does choice freedom always enhance satisfaction? Lab experiments help tackle this question, but when should they be used and how have techniques evolved over time? Hear from Simona Botti, Professor of Marketing at London Business School, as she explores the pros and cons of using lab experiments to explain human behaviour around decision-making and choice.



Webinar: Returning to Work After the Career Break with Julianne Miles
Thursday 5 December, 12.00-1.00pm

Returning to work after a career break is daunting. Returners worry that their skills may be out of date. Or that employers will insist on having them full time in the office. In fact, companies are more and more receptive to career-breakers: offering both formal “returnships” and rolling out flexible working. Drawing on hundreds of case studies, Julianne Miles MBE discusses returnships (mid-career internships), strategic volunteering, networking and a variety of non-standard job-hunting techniques which returners have used successfully.

Available to download after - must have registered!


Podcasts and streamed events


Leadership, Power and Influence

Dr Connson Locke, Senior Lecturer in Practice at LSE's Department of Management

Moving Automation to the Next Phase

Professor Leslie Willcocks, Professor of Work, Technology and Globalisation at LSE's Department of Management

UK and the Global Economy Post-Brexit: trade and FDI

Professor Saul Estrin, Professor of Management Economics and Strategy at LSE's Department of Management.


Supercharged HR: who is managing your career, your boss or an algorithm?

Dr Michael Segalla, Professor or Management and Human Resources at HEC Paris
Catalina Schveninger, Group Head of Learning at Vodafone
Leila Uslander, Strategic Account Director at LinkedIn

Entrepreneurial Journeys: a management alumni discussion

Pierre Gaubert, CEO & Co-Founder at myGwork
Saidat Giwa-Osagie, Founder & CEO at adorli
Ryan Kalish, Co-Founder at Allocator