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Professor recognised for contributions to science and practice of management
Thursday 8 October 2020 | News
Jackie Coyle-Shapiro, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at LSE’s Department of Management, has been elected into the Academy of Management Fellows Group.
How to develop gravitas
We all want to be valued, respected and influential. But we also want to remain true to ourselves.
Writing for Harvard Business Reivew, Dr Rebecca Newton explains the methods behind acquiring gravitas.
Putting the emphasis on leadership in a disrupted world
Purposeful and empathetic leadership will help organisations to balance short-term risks with sustainability, and to find opportunities in adversity, writes Dr Elaine Yerby.
Comment: Is populism good or bad for FDI?
Professor Saul Estrin provides his thoughts on populism and what it means for foreign direct investment.
Management faculty nominated for award on digital security
Monday 21 September 2020 | News
Dr Edgar Whitley, Associate Professor of Information Systems at LSE’s Department of Management, has been nominated in the inaugural Good ID awards.
WIRED: No, Dominic Cummings isn't plotting to bring back ID cards
Friday 4 September 2020 | News
Dr Edgar Whitley spoke to Wired.co.uk about the issues of reintroducting digital ID cards.
Alumna named among UK's top female tech leaders of tomorrow
Friday 10 July 2020 | News
Management alumna Regina Oladipo has been named UK's 80 female technology leaders of tomorrow.
New research collaboration with Farmer Connect
Wednesday 17 June 2020 | News
Associate Professor Rocco Macchiavello will be working with Farmer Connect, a tech start-up building farmer-to-consumer traceability solutions for enterprises, for his latest research project.
Assistant Professor receives prestigious award
Tuesday 16 June 2020 | News
Each year, the Careers Division of the Academy of Management formally recognises excellence through the bestowal of several awards.
Shoshana Dobrow has received the inaugural Mid-Career Award for 2020.
Diverse workforces hold the skills needed for businesses to survive
Monday 11 May 2020 | News
Dr Karin King explains why businesses now have a chance to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion, with such workforces having the creativity and innovation necessary for a company to adapt during a crisis.
Management faculty among funding winners
Wednesday 6 May 2020 | News
Dr Dorottya Sallai and a team of investigators have been awarded funding from the European NORFACE network as part of their Governance programme.
Coronavirus: LSE alum developing COVID-19 vaccine
Wednesday 1 April 2020 | News
Find out about the LSE alum working to create a vaccine for COVID-19.
Podcast: How to Make Equality a Reality Through Change and Innovation
Friday 27 March 2020 | Event
Hear from an inspiring panel of speakers as they discuss how balance, diversity and equality has brought improvements to their professional and personal lives.
Coronavirus: The end of the office?
Thursday 19 March 2020 | News
The need for vast, expensive corporate HQs will diminish, says Dr Esther Canonico.
What are the qualities of a good leader?
Saturday 14 March 2020 | News
From emotional intelligence to setting the example, LSE's Karin King pitches in to the top seven qualities of a good leader.
Department launch new consulting competition
Thursday 5 March 2020 | News
The Management Consulting Competition set students a real-life strategic issue faced by the London School of Economics Human Resources Division.
New special interest group to support HR students
Wednesday 19 February 2020 | News
A student special interest group (SIG) has been set up to support students on studying on the MSc Human Resources and Organisations (HRO) programme.
Bad bosses are driving away their best employees
Tuesday 11 February 2020 | Forbes
In our latest collaboration with Forbes, Jonathan Booth discusses his research into the harmful effects of bad bosses.
Helping creators take control of their careers
Tuesday 28 January 2020 | News
LSE Management graduate Jason Burchard founded RootNote, a music and technology start-up, with his brother.
Discover how their innovative new platform will help simplify data for creators.
LSE academic to advise review on governance of biometric data
Tuesday 28 January 2020 | News
Dr Edgar Whitley will be part of the Expert Advisory Group for an independent review launched by the Ada Lovelace Institute on the governance of biometric data.
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How Freedom of Choice Influences Well-being
Thursday 28 November 2019 | Event
Simona Botti, from London Business School, explains why choice doesn't always make us happy.
Listen to the podcast.
Management academic speaks at research seminar
Thursday 28 November 2019 | Faculty
Department of Management Fellow Ruth Reaney was invited to speak at the second Midlands Labour and Employment Relations Society (MLERS) meeting earlier this month.
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Executive programme in FT rankings
Monday 25 November 2019 | Programmes
The Financial Times Executive MBA rankings for 2019 have placed the TRIUM programme as third in the world.
TRIUM has consistently been ranked within the world’s top five Executive MBA programmes since the programme first became eligible to enter the Financial Times ranking in 2006.
TRIUM continues to hold the number one ranking for work experience and international course experience.
See the FT's Executive MBA rankings.
Research into banker culture and dishonesty published in Nature
Friday 15 November 2019 | Faculty
Research co-authored by Dr Barbara Fasolo of LSE’s Department of Management into the culture of the banking industry has been published in Nature.
The research revisited the findings of a 2014 study which suggested that bankers were more dishonest than other professions when their professional identity was made salient in an experiment.
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The largest meeting of management scholars
Friday 8 November 2019 | Faculty
LSE’s Department of Management scholars and doctoral researchers attended the Academy of Management's 79th Annual Meeting in Boston, USA.
One of the highlights was when Jackie Coyle-Shapiro, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at LSE, was invited on stage and became the 75th President of the Academy.
Read blog post.
How to Speak Machine
Wednesday 30 October 2019 | Event
John Maeda recently visited LSE where spoke at the LSE public lecture ‘How to Speak Machine’, chaired by Carsten Sørensen.
The American technologist and author, John Maeda, explored how we can understand the laws of our digital age.
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PhD student named finalist for prestigious dissertation award
Thursday 24 October 2019 | PhD news
Hannah Weisman, A PhD student from LSE’s Department of Management was named a finalist in a prestigious dissertation proposal competition.
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Relaunch of our PhD programmes
Monday 21 October 2019 | Programmes
Applications for doctoral degrees in the Department are open for 2020-21 entry, following a programme review which took place last academic year.
Applications for 2020-21 entry close on 19 June 2020.
Explore programme prospectuses.
Management academic launches book on authentic leadership
Friday 21 June 2019 | Faculty
Dr Rebecca Newton launched her latest book on how to lead with gravitas at a public lecture at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
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Recipient of Global Professorship joins LSE
Thursday 07 February 2019 | Award
Professor Noam Yuchtman has joined the Department of Management after winning a Global Professorship from the British Academy.
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When politics and leadership collide
Sunday 10 November 2019 | News
Sandy Pepper spoke with Raconteur to share his thoughts on the ethical leadership debate.
Freedom of expression on Palestine is being suppressed
Wednesday 14 August 2019 | News
Professor Jonathan Rosenhead says that a council’s refusal to host a charity event has vindicated concerns raised about the IHRA working definition of antisemitism.
Making sense of the knowledge economy
Thursday 23 May 2019 | News
Will Venters discuss an economy built around ideas and intellectual capital – from software to patents – and driven by technology
AI in business: looking beyond the hype
Sunday 12 May 2019 | Feature
Endless buzzwords and misconceptions confuse leaders and dilute the true purpose of artificial intelligence (AI).
Caps on bankers' bonuses could increase risky behaviour
Thursday 21 February | News
Capping bankers’ bonuses may increase financial risk rather than curbing it, a new study by the Bank of England has claimed.
Why flexible workers keep turning up at the office
Thursday 14 February 2019 | Feature
Esther Canonico dicusses how companies and staff are still figuring out successful strategies.
Tuesday 30 January 2018
Living the stream
New research into the popularity of live video game streaming, and its growing profitability.
Saturday 30 December 2017, BBC Radio 4
AI is virtually non-existent in real business
Robotic process automation and cognitive automation are not to be confused with Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Professor Leslie Willcocks said the majority of business technologies are based on machine learning, powerful visualisation tools and algorithms, which are distinct from AI.
Wednesday 19 July 2017, The New Yorker
Vote for Ugly
The so called "beauty premium" has long been chronicled, but new research from Dr Satoshi Kanazawa suggests less-than-attractiveness can amount to a pretty penny.
Thursday 6 April 2017, Financial Times
Spain: boom to bust and back again
Professor Luis Garicano – an expert on the failed Cajas in Spain – credits the country’s recovery to a restructure of the financial system.
Saturday 18 February 2017, The Telegraph
Is this the end of private prisons?
Amid the recent media froth over the pitfalls of the UK’s prison system, Dr Simon Bastow – an expert on prison crowding – cuts through the hysteria and provides insight on the unusual framework in which private prisons operate.