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Professor Herminia Ibarra receives Academy of Management 2018 Award
Organisational behaviour

Professor Herminia Ibarra receives Academy of Management 2018 Award

Herminia Ibarra, Charles Handy Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School, has received the Academy of Management’s 2018 Award for Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner.

LBS MiM Programme ranked top three
Rankings

LBS MiM Programme ranked top three

Financial Times ranked our Masters in Management (MiM) programme number three globally.

New Executive Education course: Innovating in the Digital World
Executive education

New Executive Education course: Innovating in the Digital World

Introducing a new London Business School Executive Education programme, designed to help senior executives and managers implement innovation processes within the organisation.

New academic year by the numbers
Community

New academic year by the numbers

The 2018/2019 academic year has officially started - here's a look at who's new to the school community by the numbers.

Campus refurbishments update
Campus

Campus refurbishments update

An update from the Campus Services team about various refurbishment works taking place on campus across the coming weeks.

Nash Kitchen re-launch and new retail menu
Campus

Nash Kitchen re-launch and new retail menu

The Nash Kitchen has relaunched, and we'd love for you to join us on Wednesday 12 September for our special launch event.

LBS launches new Masters in Analytics and Management
Degree programmes

LBS launches new Masters in Analytics and Management

New programme bridges gap between data science and value creation.

LBS offers women’s scholarship on flagship programme
Executive education

LBS offers women’s scholarship on flagship programme

The 30% Club and London Business School (LBS) has joined forces to give more women the tools to achieve CEO and C-Suite positions by offering a scholarship for the School’s highly rated Senior Executive Programme (SEP).

Research from Associate Professor: bosses can feel threatened by successful women in the workplace
Organisational behaviour

Research from Associate Professor: bosses can feel threatened by successful women in the workplace

Research by Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour Ena Inesi shows that some bosses are threatened by competent women, such as those who have attended an elite university or demonstrated exceptional performance in a previous job.