LSE @ Your Desk
The video series is designed to provide highly relevant learning for alumni and working professionals in varied industries across the globe.
How can we learn from underworld entrepreneurs? - Series 3, Episode 2
Presented by Leher Kochhar, MSc Human Resource and Organisations, 2017.
60% of all economic activity is not strictly legal. Leher highlights some innovative criminal practices that legitimate businesses could learn from.
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Podcasts and streamed events
Hear from LSE academics and thought leaders on current business issues in one of our podcasts or streamed events.
Leadership, Power and Influence
Dr Connson Locke, from the Department of Management, introduces research on leadership, power and influence, and how these can be practiced effectively in the workplace.
Moving Automation to the Next Phase
Professor Leslie Willcocks, from the Department of Management, introduces research on the distinct practices that today's leading organisations are implementing to increase business value from automation technologies.
UK and the Global Economy Post-Brexit: trade and FDI
Professor Saul Estrin, Emeritus Professor of Management Economics and Strategy at LSE 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