Department of Management academics regularly contribute their expertise to the award-winning LSE IQ podcast, which explores big questions about business and society through a social science lens.
Browse past episodes featuring our faculty below.
LSE IQ: Should we be more optimistic?
Dr David de Meza, Eric Sosnow Professor of Management, joined the LSE IQ podcast to share insights from his own research to answer the question: Is optimism good for us?
LSE IQ: What makes a great leader?
Dr Connson Locke explores the qualities of a good leader with fellow contributors Professor Elizabeth Samet of the US Military Academy, West Point and Professor Ben Voyer from LSE’s Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science.
LSE IQ: Should you follow your passion?
This episode asks whether the idea of ‘following your heart’ is good advice. Professor Shasa Dobrow of the Department of Management is joined by Professor Sally Maitlis and Nick O’Shea.
LSE IQ: Has COVID killed the office?
Joanna Bale talks to the Department of Management's Connson Locke and Carsten Sorensen, Dr Grace Lordan of LSE's Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science and Hailley Griffis, a social media executive who believes that offices will soon become extinct.
LSE IQ: Could social entrepreneurship be the answer to world poverty?
Dr Christian Busch of the Department of Management and LSE's Innovation Co-Creation Lab joins Stephan Chambers, Director of LSE's Marshall Institute for Philanthropy and Social Entrepreneurship, and anthropologists Dr Jason Hickel of LSE and Dr Juli Huang of the University of Edinburgh.