January sees the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting at Davos. But what should the leaders of the world be discussing? London Business School faculty make their suggestions.
Sir Andrew Likierman, Dean of London Business School, considers why some bankers have been vilified but banks are nonetheless essential.
A study of four large Swedish companies shows lack of historical awareness, theoretical consciousness, strategic thinking and marketing savvy.
Right now there are two million entrepreneurs in the UK actively engaged in starting a new business.
The impact of design on the UK economy as a whole is growing and the importance of design-led enterprises is increasingly being recognised. But what does a successful design-led company look like?
Swedish management, as personified by England soccer coach Sven-Göran Eriksson, is once again attracting world attention. But what exactly is it? And can it be made to work as successfully outside the particular mix of Swedish culture and history?
Among the most important technical barriers to trade are the different standards, testing and certification measures for products and services.