More than half of the workforce will working remotely by 2020 and not in a traditional office, thanks to the technology and some fundamental shifts in management thinking, according to a survey conducted at London Business School’s Global
London Business School, which has presence in London, New York, Hong Kong and Dubai, has signed a landmark MoU with China’s State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE) to deliver its education programmes to its employees.
London Business School has received its largest ever single individual donation of GBP10 million ($15.5 million) from South African businessman Nathan Kirsh.
The gift will contribute to the school’s endowment, which will inc
More than three quarters of business leaders believe that the search for short-term corporate profitability in the aftermath of the economic crisis has led to poor leadership decisions that damage business, according to a survey.
London Business School (LBS), which has been ranked number one internationally for the full-time MBA programme, has designed a new scheme to help students fund their studies.
Under the scheme, run by Prodigy Finance, LBS students
The first group of Oman Oil Company’s business leaders has successfully completed its initial training with London Business School for its Takatuf Leadership Programme.
The School is working in partnership with Oman Oil Comp
London Business School’s MBA scoops the highest salary increase of the top five schools, according to the 2013 Financial Times MBA ranking.
Pre-MBA salaries increased 125 per cent, while 92 per cent of the students secured e
Legislative changes, the role of reward in attracting and retaining talent and how to seek new sources of talent were the topics of discussion among industry experts at the London Business School’s recent thought leadership forum in Dubai.
In 2013 the perception that businesses can meaningfully contribute towards the resolution of the world’s social and environmental problems – and do so profitably – will become more widespread, said an expert.
The Middle East is no longer dependent on executive expertise from Western expatriates, said an expert, adding that those already in the region are too expensive.
Metin Mitchell, managing director of Metin Mitchell & Co, an ow