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Best London Business School Review podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best London Business School Review podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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How are financial services changing in a world of ultra-low interest rates, rising competition and continued regulatory pressures?Richard Portes, Professor of Economics and Academic Director of the AQR Asset Management Institute at London Business School, hosts a three-part series exploring the future of banking and investing. In this episode, ...…
 
How are financial services changing in a world of ultra-low interest rates, rising competition and continued regulatory pressures?Richard Portes, Professor of Economics and Academic Director of the AQR Asset Management Institute at London Business School, hosts a three-part series exploring the future of banking and investing. In this episode, ...…
 
How are financial services changing in a world of ultra-low interest rates, rising competition and continued regulatory pressures?Richard Portes, Professor of Economics and Academic Director of the AQR Asset Management Institute at London Business School, hosts a three-part series exploring the future of banking and investing. In this episode, ...…
 
In this episode of the Start-up Diaries podcast series, LBS’s Jeff Skinner is joined by two of the three founders of Stotles (John Witt and Taj Kamranpour) to talk about their journey from consultants to tech founders.For information about entrepreneurship at LBS, please check: London.edu/innovationBy London Business School Review
 
Worldwide Alumni Celebration is the annual celebration of London Business School's incredible network of 44,000 international alumni, connecting our community of diverse minds around the globe.Our 2019 event in London focused on the consequences of Brexit for the British economy and business leaders. Hélène Rey, Lord Raj Bagri Professor of Econ ...…
 
Worldwide Alumni Celebration is the annual celebration of London Business School's incredible network of 44,000 international alumni, connecting our community of diverse minds around the globe.Our 2019 event in Dubai focused on how private equity funds can play an integral role in supporting and generating economic growth in the UAE and the MEN ...…
 
Worldwide Alumni Celebration is the annual celebration of London Business School's incredible network of 44,000 international alumni, connecting our community of diverse minds around the globe.At our 2019 even in New York, Elias Papaioannou, Professor of Economics at London Business School, discussed the driving forces behind populism.Discover ...…
 
How are technology and longevity affecting the labour market and our working lives? What do these changes mean for individuals, business and governments?Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics at London Business School and co-author of the best-selling The 100 Year Life, hosts Sir Christopher Pissarides, Regius Professor of Economics at the London ...…
 
Will China develop into a wealthy economy and escape the perils of the middle income trap? With the prospect of one-fifth of humanity becoming prosperous, this transition has the potential to transform not only the livelihoods of people in China, but also the world economy. Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School, h ...…
 
What changes and opportunities are emerging in the business sector in China? What needs to be done to further advance China’s economic reforms?Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School, hosts David Wei, Chairman and Founding Partner of Vision Knight Capital, and Matthew Rous, Chief Executive of the China-Britain Busin ...…
 
Is Europe facing a recession? What risk factors can lead to a global financial crisis? What are the possible policy responses? Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School, hosts eminent London Business School academics Hélène Rey, Lord Raj Bagri Professor of Economics, and Lucrezia Reichlin, Professor of Economics and C ...…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
Investors are increasingly demanding their investments do good, for their money to make a positive impact on society and the environment, and to make a return. Private equity funds have not been immune to this movement. In this podcast, Diana Noble, former CEO, CDC Group Plc and Non-Executive Director, Court of Directors, Bank of England and Mi ...…
 
LBS Start up diaries and entrepreneurship series. Jeff Skinner (Executive Director of the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship), discusses the growth of entrepreneurship with the architect of the movement, Prof John Mullins. The shift hasn’t just been driven by corporate downsizing but some great role models who have shifted perceptions ...…
 
In April 2019, the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development hosted a conference at London Business School: Landmine Contamination and Clearance – Policy and the Way Forward. It drew together a range of speakers from the the United Nations Mine Action Service, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, the Geneva International Centre for ...…
 
In April 2019, the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development hosted a conference at London Business School: Landmine Contamination and Clearance – Policy and the Way Forward. It drew together a range of speakers from the the United Nations Mine Action Service, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, the Geneva International Centre for ...…
 
In April 2019, the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development hosted a conference at London Business School: Landmine Contamination and Clearance – Policy and the Way Forward. It drew together a range of speakers from the the United Nations Mine Action Service, the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, the Geneva International Centre for ...…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
Who should run a company, and who should a company run for? These are questions fundamentally important to everyone. Hear LBS's Alex Edmans, with speakers from the Centre for Corporate Governance event: ‘Who should run a company?’.By London Business School Review
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
London Business School works with the London Alumni Club to deliver insightful and valuable events for the LBS community. In the session, ‘Brand power: the art of survival’, Nader Tavassoli, Professor of Marketing at London Business School held a fireside chat with Ann Cairns, Executive Vice-Chairman of Mastercard.…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
How can we alleviate travel anxiety? In the third episode of our ‘Start-up Diaries’ series; we speak to two MBA students who are aiming to do just that. In conversation with Jeff Skinner, Executive Director of the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Sherpa founders Eliska Mallickova and Allie Fleder discuss their start-up solution to ...…
 
London Business School’s Reunion brings together the School’s alumni to reconnect with classmates, and draw inspiration from expert faculty. The 2019 event featured a session on the people and innovations that are changing the world. Led by Ioannis Ioannou, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, the panel included three standout ...…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
In this series, Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, cuts through the hyperbole and scaremongering to explore the practical applications of Artificial Intelligence. How are companies actually using AI today? What practical problems is it solving? What are the challenges and opportunities?In th ...…
 
Ever stopped to think what the internet says about you? James Chance tells Jeff Skinner how pondering that very question gave him the idea for a new business – and why, for all of us, it’s more necessary now than ever to keep track of our online identities and who has access to them. This is episode 2 of our entrepreneurs’ journey series.…
 
London Business School’s Reunion for New Alumni brings together the School’s most recent alumni to reconnect with classmates and be inspired from expert faculty. The 2019 event featured this session on ‘Growing a business and life as an entrepreneur’ led by Keith Willey, Adjunct Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. On the panel ...…
 
What is responsible business? The chances are you’ve heard a lot about it. But what makes an organisation responsible? Should you even want to make your organisation responsible? And if you do, how can you make it work in the real world? In this podcast Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance and Academic Director of the Centre for Corporate Governan ...…
 
Celebrating Innovation in all its quirks and individual challenges within the era of the Second Machine Age.Nomination close at 12:00 BST on May 27th. Get nominating now, see: bit.ly/2Iwd4vSThe following podcast is a description of the last four years of the Real Innovation Awards, and some of the inspiring stories of creative development which ...…
 
The bigger the corporate the tougher innovation seems to be. But is the pendulum swinging towards large organisations? Jessica Spungin, LBS Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Gary Dushnitsky, LBS Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, discuss some of the key advantages incumbents can benefit from with Alessand ...…
 
Large companies find innovation hard. Jessica Spungin, Adjunct Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship and Gary Dushnitsky, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, discuss some of the key challenges with Alessandro Hatami, Partner at Pacemakers and former head of innovation at Lloyds. In the first part of this two part explorat ...…
 
Is creativity a mystery to you? The creation of novel concepts, products and services is not a “magical act” say LBS’s Michael Parke and Pier Vittorio Manucci, Assistant Professors of Organisational Behaviour. In this podcast, they discuss, with LBS alumna Mollie Amkraut, how creativity can be built. The Senior Business Design Lead at IDEO shar ...…
 
How do you create an agile, innovative and resilient organisation in which both your people and business can thrive? What is the role of talent and learning leaders in shaping organisations to facilitate effective and sustainable change? At the 2019 HR Strategy Forum we explored how you can harness curiosity, creativity, critical thinking and c ...…
 
What makes an entrepreneur? Find out in our new podcast series. In the first episode, we hear from Monique Baars, former management consultant, London Business School alumna and founder of Fineazy.“Not many people resign from BCG to do their MBA and then start a business, but for me it was very deliberate,” she tells Jeff Skinner, Executive Dir ...…
 
Peter Hinssen, Chairman of Nexxworks and lecturer on our Exploiting Disruption in a Digital World programme, discusses how China is the first post-Silicon Valley region to have a global effect on technology with Pascal Coppens, an influential entrepreneur and partner of Nexxworks. Together they explore how China is leading innovation.…
 
Peter Hinssen, Chairman of Nexxworks and lecturer on our Exploiting Disruption in a Digital World programme, is joined by special guest Greg Satell, a bestselling author, speaker and innovation advisor. The two discuss what will come after digital technology, and the shift from disruption to pursuing grand challenges for a changing world.…
 
From Brexit, sustainability and AI to longevity, inequality and education. Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, explores the year head with Rain Newton-Smith, Chief Economist at the CBI, the Confederation of British Industry, and Andrew Scott, Professor of Economics at London Business School.…
 
Mark Rowley, former London Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner and UK national lead for counter-terrorism, retired from policing after more than 30 years in the service. For the first time since his retirement, Mark reflects on what it takes to lead in the toughest of contexts – from personal resilience to the application of organisation ...…
 
We all like to think that we’re rational people, and that we make decisions based on objective facts. But the truth is that biases have profound consequences on the choices we all make. Investors are no exception. In this podcast, we’ll explore how bias affects the decisions of investors, and how we can use tools and strategies to turn this kno ...…
 
Visiting Lecturer, Michael Davies discusses the impacts of digital, and how becoming digital explorers can help executives and organisations create value and compete effectively.By London Business School Review
 
Professor Randall Peterson discusses the key skills and elements needed to create high performing teams for businesses to thrive in the futureBy London Business School Review
 
Linda Yueh, Adjunct Professor of Economics at London Business School, chairs a panel of leading international experts to discuss the challenges of globalisation, the crisis facing it, and some possible solutions. Featuring Jean Boivin, Global Head of Research at BlackRock; Lucian Cernat, Chief Trade Economist of the European Commission; Jason F ...…
 
How, and why, has business embraced responsibility?Ioannis Ioannou, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, chairs a cross-sector panel of sustainability experts. What does it mean to be a responsible leader today – not only for businesses but also customers, investors, supply chains and the company's bot ...…
 
How is your organisation adapting to the digital revolution? New digital technologies – and in particular the rapid rise of artificial intelligence – are forcing you to rethink fundamental aspects of your business model and your way of working. In this talk, Professor Julian Birkinshaw helps you make sense of the opportunities that AI affords y ...…
 
Executive Director of LBS's Leadership Institute Vyla Rollins discusses how leaders are currently approaching organisational change with Dan Cable and Graham Prentice.By London Business School Review
 
New technology is disrupting our lives, but how do we navigate the way ahead? Find out in this podcast, in which LBS experts discuss and explore the issue.By London Business School Review
 
What are the five forces causing the biggest disruption in business today? Find out in this podcast, in which LBS experts explore new approaches to innovation and strategy.By London Business School Review
 
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