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Alum of the month: Alexander Pachta-Reyhofen

Alexander Pachta-Reyhofen

LSE Department of Management Alum of the Month – October 2017

Programme studied: MSc Management

Year of Graduation: 2010

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Alexander Pachta-Reyhofen is our Alum of the Month for October. Alexander completed his MSc in Management in 2010 and then embarked on seven years’ training for priesthood. He has recently been ordained, and is based in France.

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October 5th, 2017|Student Blog|0 Comments|
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    The pitfalls of testing for asymmetric information in insurance markets

The pitfalls of testing for asymmetric information in insurance markets

New insights into the buyers, pricing and coverage of insurance policies suggests standard tests lead to false diagnoses of market failure, write David de Meza and David Webb.

Is it really possible to tell if insurance markets are functioning effectively without too many high- or low-risk buyers of policies?

That is the challenge we address in our new research paper. The study suggests that […]

Choosing the best BSc Management courses for you

In her latest post, third-year BSc Management student Wan Yee Fok shares her seasoned advice when it comes to selecting from the wide spectrum of courses offered to students of the programme.

 

I’ve always thought that one of the best things about studying on the BSc Management programme was the flexibility it gave students when it came to course selection. At […]

Alum of the month: Richa Goel

Richa Goel

LSE Department of Management Alum of the Month – September 2017

Programme studied: MSc International Employment Relations and Human Resource Management

Year of Graduation: 2009

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Richa Goel is our Alum of the Month for September. Richa took a two year career break to pursue her passion and became a Fellow for Teach for India. She then returned to work and […]

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    Question Time: how to promote online knowledge exchange among employees

Question Time: how to promote online knowledge exchange among employees

Those who actively share knowledge on online platforms have a unique disposition, and organisations can promote it, argues Katsuhiko Yoshikawa.

It’s 10a.m in London, and while sipping on your morning coffee, you’ve connected with the team in Hamburg, put queries to colleagues in the Middle East, and checked in with Hong Kong. In just a few hours, your inbox will […]

Life after BSc Management

Career. Job. Employment. These words, and any other words even vaguely associated with them, have always struck a deep chord of fear within me. That chord has resonated especially strongly this year, as it was my last year of study at LSE. That’s right, I am now a graduate.

Even though the run-up to my graduation was clouded by some […]

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    Studying technology management at LSE: Do you need a tech background?

Studying technology management at LSE: Do you need a tech background?

When you first hear, ‘Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation’ you would be forgiven for thinking that this programme is just about technology – software, hardware, new trends and coding. Perhaps you would assume that you need a technical background to pursue a Masters in this. But you’d be wrong.

Whether you have an undergraduate degree in political science, […]

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    Five ways to drive collaborative change in your organisation

Five ways to drive collaborative change in your organisation

Change efforts can fail unless they’re coordinated, writes Dr. Rebecca Newton

We need to focus as much on how we drive change as what change we drive. Research we conducted at the London School of Economics suggests that resistance to change stems often from a negative experience of change leadership, rather than resistance to the change itself.

We know that for change […]

Alum of the month: Elina Seimanidou

Elina Seimanidou

LSE Department of Management Alum of the Month – August 2017

Programme studied: MSc Human Resources & Organisations (former MSc Management & Human Resources)

Year of Graduation: 2015

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We picked Elina as our Alum of the Month for August for her inspiring career story and active engagement in the alumni community. Read her profile to discover her three keys to […]

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    A memorable year of LSE friendships revitalised 25 years later

A memorable year of LSE friendships revitalised 25 years later

An International Reunion

With fond memories of studying at the LSE, I wondered what had happened to all my friends and thought wouldn’t it great if we could meet up.  My initial thoughts were – how on earth would we find our friends spread all across the globe?

With the help of a worldwide network of LSE friends, we found many […]