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Public lecture with Alec Ross to be broadcast live on 22 February
Alec Ross, former Senior Advisor for Innovation to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, will speak on innovations that are changing the world at a Department of Management public lecture on 22 February 2016. Alec's address forms the opening lecture of the LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival.
The event will be made available to worldwide audiences via a live webcast from 5:00 p.m.
Public lecture provides insight on 'how to have a good day'
Leading management consultant and executive coach, Caroline Webb, revealed how behavioural sciences can be applied to our everyday lives in a Department of Management public lecture.
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Ruth Kaufman receives OBE for services to operational research
Ruth Kaufman, senior visiting fellow in the Department of Management, has been awarded an OBE for her services to operational research in the 2016 New Year's Honours lists.
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How technology will transform the work of human experts
In this public lecture on 30 November 2015, Daniel and Richard Susskind present how increasingly capable systems will bring fundamental change in the way practical expertise of specialists is made available.
Gillian Tett delivers Department of Management public lecture
The author and award-winning Financial Times journalist spoke at the LSE in October on the divisions of labour and how siloed working has the potential to collapse companies and destabilise markets.
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CEMS Global MiM places in FT Ranking's top five
A global Masters in Management programme, offered in the UK by LSE's Department of Management, has placed within the top five of this year’s Financial Times' Master's in Management ranking.
Canadian Embassy hosts inaugural alumni networking evening
The Deputy High Commissioner of Canada welcomed students and alumni of LSE’s Executive Global Master’s in Management (EGMiM) to the Canadian Embassy in London for a drinks reception on 3 September 2015.
David Halpern, CEO of The Behavioural Insights Team, speaks at LSE
Dr David Halpern, who leads the experimental ‘Nudge Unit’ at 10 Downing Street, reveals how behavioural economics has been applied to policy to achieve remarkable results at a Department of Management public lecture on 14 September.
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'Wake up: this job is no dream'
The Sunday Times, 10 January 2016
Many people make career changes, but Dr Shoshana Dobrow Riza explains why loving your job doesn’t always mean you’ll be good at it.
Dr Dobrow Riza also writes on the financial and intrinsic rewards of following calling.
'Small families are better for kids, new research says'
The Washington Post, 1 January 2015
A working paper co-authored by Professor Yona Rubinstein suggests that more may not be merrier.
'Where is the boss big enough to admit: ‘I’m not worth it’?'
The Guardian, 5 January 2016
Professor Sandy Pepper’s research is cited in an article that proclaims the advent of ‘Fat Cat Tuesday’.
'Time for change in executive pay?'
The European Financial Review, 28 December 2015
Professor Sandy Pepper argues for the redesign of current executive pay practices.
‘The overlooked perk that your employees wish you gave them’
Ivy Exec, 17 December 2015
Dr Chia-Huei Wu draws upon recent research projects to discuss how employers can encourage disconnected employees beyond monetary incentives.
'CEOs are less valuable than they think'
Financial Times, 16 November 2015
Professor Peter Abell’s research on head-hunter methods for CEO selection provides the argument for a Financial Times article on the mediocrity of chief executives.
'Is the cloud still the future?'
HIMSS Insights magazine, Volume 4, November 2015
Dr Tony Cornford draws on the findings of LSE’s Delivering Digital Drugs project, which builds on a decade’s work of digital healthcare research.
'The debate: case study method or a more academic approach?'
QS Top MBA, 5 November 2015
Professor Saul Estrin goes head-to-head with IESE Business School in the hot debate on the best way to teach business, and why LSE has launched the Executive Global Master's in Management as a pioneering alternative to an MBA.
'Robot revolution: will machines replace humans and take our jobs one day?'
City AM, 30 October 2015
Professor Leslie Willcocks’ research dispels myths around job losses with the rise of robotic process automation.
On your own, at LSE
The Hindu, 24 October 2015
Master’s in Management student, Natalya Roy, writes on the LSE experience and how the School's approach to teaching is training her to think for herself.
A body language lesson gone wrong: why is George Osborne standing like Beyoncé?
The Guardian, 7 October 2015
Dr Connson Locke provides commentary on a stance adopted by senior figures in the Conservative Party.
'Battling know-it-all syndrome when you're in charge'
BBC Capital, 29 September 2015
Dr Shoshana Dobrow Riza comments on organisational mentoring and the art of giving good advice.
'Can HR humanise the financial sector?'
Changeboard, 28 September 2015
Dr Daniel Beunza draws on his experience of the trading room floor and argues that the Wall Street stereotype does not always stick.