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Last chance to donate to the LBS Community Toy Drive 2018
Community

Last chance to donate to the LBS Community Toy Drive 2018

This year's LBS Community Toy Drive comes to an end on Monday. Have you donated your gift yet?

Say it with art
Campus

Say it with art

As part of planning conditions set out by Westminster City Council for the redevelopment of the Sammy Ofer Centre, LBS has commissioned a piece of public art.

School

The power of networking and alumni: LBS featured in Hong Kong business freesheet

Dean François spoke with Hong Kong business publication The Standard, and explained the power behind successful networking and the important role of alumni in the continued success of our student recruitment.

Ready, Steady, Bake!
Staff

Ready, Steady, Bake!

The MBA staff away day saw the team visit a replica of the tent used on the Great British Bake Off.

Attendees sample executive education at LBS Live
Events

Attendees sample executive education at LBS Live

The full force of London Business School’s teaching was on show at this year’s LBS Live, with a record 200 attendees sampling the executive education on offer.

Organisational behaviour

LBS Professor ranked among LinkedIn Top Voices 2018

Professor of Management Practice in Organisational Behaviour, Lynda Gratton has been named as one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices 2018.

Events

Dean discusses global priority with School Meeting crowd

‘Increasing our global relevance’ was the theme of the well-attended 27 November School Meeting.

Finance

LBS Professor's TEDxLBS talk featured on TED mainstage

In an age of fake news, quality evidence based on large-scale data has never been more important, argues Professor Alex Edmans in his new mainstage TED talk.

MBA students successfully tackle Mount Kilimanjaro
Students

MBA students successfully tackle Mount Kilimanjaro

Five MBA2019 students successfully conquered the 5,895m peak.