In life, there are many things we take for granted. One of them is electricity. We rarely take the time to consider and appreciate our ability to see in the dark or cook a warm meal. The reality, however, is there are large areas where electricity is still a scarce asset. In fact, more than…
Giri Kesavan, MBA 2021, introduces his work with the Mash Foundation Trust and his upcoming talk at TEDx London Business School, ‘Simple solutions to complex problems.’ Drawing on his experiences working in microfinance and social impact in Kenya and Tanzania during his MBA, Giri explores how even the most complex socio-economic problems can be solved…
As 2021 takes shape and we celebrate the inauguration of the Joe Biden and his deputy, Kamala Harris, we can start to look back and critique many of the decisions of the Trump administration – an administration often described as tumultuous, and littered with rollbacks of rules and policies designed to protect Earth’s most vulnerable.…
How important is agriculture in today’s digital age? This is a leading question trying to lead you to the wrong answer.
Northern communities in developed nations have long been at the back of the national conscience. All eight members of the Arctic council, a group of arctic circle nations designed to promote cooperation, have significant indigenous communities.
“The one and only social responsibility of business,” Milton Friedman wrote, “[is] to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits.”
Infrastructure, the unsung hero of the modern world is only appreciated when it is absent. Transportation, energy, telecommunication and water sanitation may not be as glamorous as big tech or luxury retail, but they are crucial and form the backbone of any economy.
This year, the Student-led Learning team – a group focused on creating experiential learning opportunities through student leadership – brought together a group of students to be part of the first Social Impact Cohort at LBS. This inaugural cohort focused on sustainable supply chains and comprised members from different degree programs, years of study, experience levels, and professional backgrounds.
How can sustainable supply chains be driven throughout an organisation? This year, a group of LBS students came together to explore this topic in more detail (read more about us here.
What are the latest trends related to sustainable supply chains? This year, a group of LBS students came together to explore this topic in more detail.