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Knowledge Center

Welcome to the L.E.K. Knowledge Center. Here you will find our latest thought leadership series, Executive Insights, which shares our leaders’ deep expertise and capabilities across a range of industries. The Knowledge Center also offers compelling case studies that demonstrate how L.E.K. helps to achieve exceptional business results for our clients; valuable recruiting videos where you can glean insights about life at L.E.K., learn questions that our team asks during the interview process, practice case interview questions and much more; and original articles published in top business publications covering a broad spectrum of topics of interest to executives. 

Executive Insights

Volume XIX, Issue 21 By: Peter Ward, Ashish Khanna

In this Executive Insights London partners Peter Ward and Ashish Khanna look at the evolution of the Lloyd’s markets and the position of Lloyd’s today, and explain why the current environment presents an exciting time for ambitious mid-tier players.

Volume XIX, Issue 20 By: Eilert Hinrichs, Ashish Khanna

The U.K.’s ageing population offers huge potential for the wealth management market. However, in order to capitalise on the opportunity, providers need to adjust their service offerings, engagement models and products to better suit the market and increase the take-up of advice. In this Executive Insights, L.E.K. set out four key actions to address the wealth management advice gap.

Volume XIX, Issue 19 By: Geoff Parkin

The building products and materials industry has watched the dislocation of consumer markets by digital disrupters like Amazon, ASOS and Uber, and is nervous about the shape and speed of the digital threat coming its own way.

Published Articles

How to Develop Strong Business Leaders: Lessons From UNIQLO

“There simply aren’t enough business leaders today, and cultivating new business leaders in a rapid fashion is the single most crucial issue among corporations.” As a management consultant, this is the question I am repeatedly asked to help with. Why is this so? The primary reason is that although the required characteristics for business leaders have been dramatically changing, many corporations have been unable to adapt to these changes.

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Asian cement 2017: looking to the future

Following an exciting 2016, this year sees opportunities and challenges abound for the Asian cement industry. L.E.K. Consulting gives an overview and outlines strategies that help position cement companies in this part of the world for long-term growth.

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HIT Think Why big data must be better utilized to fight cancer

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death, with some 1.7 million Americans expected to be diagnosed with some form of the disease this year alone. Yet in the vast majority of cases, the details of their disease and treatment—from the tumor’s composition to which drugs were tried and what the results of those treatments were—remain stuck in medical records that offer no help to others facing similar circumstances.

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