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Richard Portes, Professor of Economics, talks about why the credit crunch took hold and what the authorities should do to avoid a repeat of the crisis.

Competitive Environments and redefining firm and industry boundaries
Michael G. Jacobides, Associate Professor of Strategic and International Management, talks about changes in the competitive environment

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Why government guarantees are a double-edged sword
Professor Julian Franks looks at why banks were so highly levered prior to and even during the crisis. His recent research with Professor Viral Acharya discusses the impact government guarantees have had on bank debt.

The result is irrelevant... as a measure for decision and execution quality
In a new podcast, Zeger Degraeve, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Professor of Innovation discusses why the practice of managing to results leads to crisis and how people should be rewarded for decisions, rather than results.

The need for a department of death and renewal
Nick Wood, entrepreneur and business advisor, looks at why all businesses today need a 'death and renewal' department that has the ability to make difficult decisions to ensure the long-term survival of the organisation

What will winning organisations look like in 18 months' time?
Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School discusses what business will look like in 18 months' time and how their focus will be a further 18 months ahead of that

Opportunities in emerging markets in the downturn
Terry Rhodes, Co-Founder of CelTel, looks at the interesting and new opportunities which might be overlooked during this downturn

What performance indicators become prevalent in a recession?
Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School discusses what the most common performance indicators are during a downturn, including the 'soft' indicators such as enjoying your job

How should executives prepare for the upturn?
Rob Goffee, Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School discusses why executives can not ignore the fundamentals of leadership when preparing for the upturn

Did the crisis kill innovation?
Dominic Houlder, Adjunct Professor of Strategic and International Management, explains that innovation, not cost cutting, is the key to surviving the crisis

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