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What to expect from 2016
Predictions

What to expect from 2016

Julian Birkinshaw, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, shares broad predictions – from the economy to business and management – for the year 2016

Organisational behaviour

Why we fail to execute our plans

Madan Pillutla, Professor of Organisational Behaviour, on why scrapping your resolution could be the start to a happier and healthier new year.

LBS alum ranked number one in UK Fast 50
Alumni

LBS alum ranked number one in UK Fast 50

WorldRemit, a money transfer service founded by London Business School MBA graduate Ismail Ahmed, scooped the top spot in the The UK Fast 50, part of an international programme run by Deloitte.

2015 highlights from the LBS community
Community

2015 highlights from the LBS community

We asked our students, staff and faculty to share their favourite London Business School moments from 2015.

Season’s Greetings from London Business School
Community

Season’s Greetings from London Business School

We’ve had a great year here at London Business School. We hope it has been a great year for you too.

LBS named top European business school in Financial Times ranking
Rankings

LBS named top European business school in Financial Times ranking

London Business School has been ranked number one in Europe for the second year running by the Financial Times.

First ASEAN executive programme launched at LBS
Executive education

First ASEAN executive programme launched at LBS

London Business School is launching its first ASEAN-specific Executive Education programme.

Top LBS content from 2015
Marketing

Top LBS content from 2015

Take a look back at our most popular content from LBSR, Life@LBS and our social media channels.

The London Business School Campaign: the future is in our hands
Campaign

The London Business School Campaign: the future is in our hands

Thanks to your support we have already raised an incredible £97,033,812 and clocked 83,103 volunteer hours.