From formal conferences and thought-provoking workshops to social drinks receptions, the Department of Management is proud to offer our alumni a wide variety of events.
With the launch of our new departmental alumni programme in autumn 2015, we will be providing a range of events across the year in London, where you can meet and network with fellow alumni, and develop knowledge from lectures and world-renowned faculty in your field. We look forward to welcoming you to return to the department, and be reunited with your peers.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com if you have any ideas for events you would like us to provide, or if you’d like to get involved and be a speaker at a future event.
LinkedIn Economic Graph: An Audience with Joshua Graff.
Room 2.04, New Academic Building, Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE Campus, 6.00pm-9.00pm
With close to half a billion members, LinkedIn has a vision to generate economic opportunity for every member of the workforce around the world.
Launched in October 2014, LinkedIn's Economic Graph looks to make this vision a reality by connecting the dots on the global professional ecosystem on a massive scale.
This event is hosted by the Department of Management and the Human Resource Management Alumni Special Interest Group. For more information and to book your ticket, please visit the event registration page.
"Using Social Networks for Good": GNAM Alumni Master Class with Yale Professor Nicholas A. Christakis.
Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, Monday 3 October 2016
Alumni of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) gathered for an evening with Professor Nicholas A. Christakis of Yale University.
Professor Christakis shared an insight into his research on the structure and function of human social networks and explained how a better understanding these can help improve the world we live in.
Class of 2011 Alumni Reunion
The Garden @ Hoxton Grill, 81 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3HU, Thursday 1 September 2016
Former classmates flocked to London to celebrate five years since they graduated from LSE and reminisce about their time at the School. Old friends reconnected and new bonds were formed at a stylish East London venue.
Should I Stay or Should I Go?: A Debate on Britain's Role in the EU
Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE, Tuesday 14 June 2016
Ahead of the Brexit referendum and to mark their official launch, the LSE Alumni Association London (LSEAAL) hosted some distinguished speakers to debate the EU question.
Those in attendance discussed, deliberated and even voted on Britain's position in the European Union.
Start up, Scale up, Rule!
Room LG.04, 32 Lincoln's Inn Fields, LSE, Wednesday 11 May 2016
The LSE HRM and Entrepreneurs Alumni Groups welcomed alumni to an exciting event with three inspirational entrepreneurs who are making it big in today’s talent space and recruitment industry.
Rajeeb Dey, Be Kaler and Jana Hlistova shared their stories, advice and visions on entrepreneurship.
Exceptional Women Entrepreneurs
The Lansdowne Club, London, 12 April 2016
We were delighted to invite our alumni to an event organised by our Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) partner Schools, Yale and HEC, held at the Lansdowne Club. The event was an intimate evening of storytelling, discussion and drinks with a spirited panel of leading female entrepreneurs in media, tech and consumer products.
Breaking Barriers: How Digital Leaders are Driving Disruption
Hong Kong Theatre, LSE, Monday 11 April 2016
In the last decade, London has become a digital powerhouse. Just five years after the launch of Tech City the UK's digital economy already makes over 10% of the country's GDP, employing over 1.5M people and growing 30% faster than the rest of the economy. Digital companies are thriving across specialisms, displacing incumbents, disrupting industries and reshaping markets.
Steering this transformation, UK digital leaders have harnessed the power of technology to meet ever-raising customer expectations. The LSE Banking and Finance and LSE Entrepreneurs Alumni Groups bring together four industry leaders from the UK digital economy to explore the path from City employee to global disruptor.
Globalization and Teamwork: Past and Future
Yale Club, New York, 16 March 2016
Alumni based in New York were invited to attend a prestigious event organised by our Global Network for Advance Management (GNAM) partner school Yale School of Management to discuss the topic: “Globalization and Teamwork: Past and Future” with a panel discussion of distinguished alumni representing several GNAM member business schools and moderated by Yale SOM Dean Emeritus Jeffrey E. Garten.
Across the Divide
New Academic Building, LSE, 1 March 2016
Alumni were invited to attend this event which was organised jointly by the London School of Economics and the London and South East Group of the OR Society (LASEORS). The evening include short talks from practitioners, academics and recent graduates of the OR/Management Science community.
HKUST Talent Development
Citadines Holborn, London, 27 February 2016
Alumni were invited to join fellow Global Network for Advance Management (GNAM) alumni from our partner School HKUST Business School at an event about
GNAM Christmas Drinks
Patch Bar, London, 3 December 2015
Alumni from the GNAM network joined together for Christmas drinks at Patch Bar to celebrate another successful year of partnering together.
Christmas Networking drinks with the LSE HRM Alumni Group
Penderel's Oak, Chancery Lane, London, 19 November 2015
The LSE HRM Alumni Group joined alumni, students and HR professionals for Christmas Networking drinks as they closed out their first year as a committee and look ahead to 2016!
Exclusive Alumni Event with Professor Robert Shiller
New Academic Building, LSE, 12 November 2015
Our alumni were able to join a private lecture with Professor Robert Shiller who introduced his new book, Phishing for Phools: The economics of manipulation and deception. As part of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) community, alumni were able to meet alumni at the drinks reception from other participating business schools within the network.
Social Finance Seminar with Anne Glover
Royal Bank of Scotland, London, 3 November 2015
Our alumni were able to join Yale School of Management’s Speaker Series as part of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) community to attend a seminar on Social Finance. The seminar composed of a panel, chaired by Anne Glover, founder of Amadeus Capital, and discussed how the financial system in the UK and globally, can contribute to achieve social returns.
EGMiM Alumni Event
Canada House, London, 3 September 2015
Alumni from LSE’s Executive Global Master’s in Management (EGMiM) programme were welcomed back for a drinks reception on 3 September 2015 at the Canadian Embassy in London. Both alumni and students from over 70 organisations across a range of sectors attended the inaugural EGMiM alumni networking evening where Alan Kessel, Deputy High Commissioner of Canada, presented that with its attractive Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) strategy, the world’s second largest nation was “ready to support the next generation of entrepreneurs.”
HRM Summer Drinks
Saw Swee Hock (SAW) Student Centre, LSE, 22 July 2015
The LSE Human Resource Management Alumni Group welcomed HR professionals, alumni and students to join them for networking summer drinks while taking in the views from the 6th floor terrace on 22 July 2015.
GNAM London Social Drinks
Patch Bar, London, 19 June 2015
Our Department of Management alumni were able to meet alumni from other business schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) community on 19 June 2015. With alumni joining us from HEC, IEC, Yale School of Management and more, the evening was a fantastic opportunity for alumni to network within the community during social drinks.
HRM Launch Event
New Academic Building, LSE, 27 May 2015
The LSE Human Resource Management Alumni Group’s launch event focused on human resource management trends, indicators and impact of ‘The Changing World of Work.’ Professor Sandy Pepper initiated proceedings with a conceptual framework which essentially argued prediction is complex, nevertheless it is important to think about the future to best prepare for the instability of change. Our two alumni speakers, John Beadle and Jonathan Parr spoke about the challenges facing businesses and strategies to adapt to these fundamental shifts.
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