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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.

LBS to host International Teachers Programme: call for global delegates
Business management

LBS to host International Teachers Programme: call for global delegates

The International Teachers Programme will be hosted at London Business School for the first time in more than 20 years – and returns in January 2019! We want to make this programme the biggest and best ever, and need your help…

Discover your new shopping experience at shop@LBS
Campus

Discover your new shopping experience at shop@LBS

Campus Services welcomes staff, faculty and students to call in at the newly refurbished shop@LBS, which is now open for business again.

GDPR two months on: What’s new?
Government and society

GDPR two months on: What’s new?

On 25 May the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) passed into UK law alongside the Data Protection Act 2018. So what impact has it had so far?

Professor of Economics warns of problems for European banks over Turkey-US row
Economics

Professor of Economics warns of problems for European banks over Turkey-US row

Adjunct Professor of Economics Linda Yueh tells BBC Radio 4 that Turkey’s economic troubles amid a diplomatic dispute with the US could have a knock-on effect on European banks.

Summer Celebration – White Party
Events

Summer Celebration – White Party

A big thank you to everybody who brought along their best white attire for this year’s annual summer celebration at the end of July.

MBA alumna Cressida Hogg CBE appointed Non-executive Chairwoman of Landsec
Alumni

MBA alumna Cressida Hogg CBE appointed Non-executive Chairwoman of Landsec

London Business School alumna Cressida Hogg CBE has been appointed Non-executive Chairwoman of Land Securities Group plc (Landsec).