The Airports Challenge is part a series of real case studies at the London School of Economics where leaders open their greatest challenges to circles of problem solvers outside their organisation.
This challenge is based on in depth interviews with Phil Graham, who was CEO of the Airports Commission from 2012 to 2015. Phil is is seeking your views on where London should expand its airports capacity. The aim of the challenge is to introduce you to the design of major infrastructure assessments and the role of politics in meddling with assessment analytics.
There are three steps to this challenge: First an online platform giving you all the details and key data behind Phil Graham's work at the Airports Commission. You can access the full platform by registering and clicking the button above. Secondly, you will be invited to join your challenge peers in an online meeting to discuss the data and the challenge in greater detail. Finally, you will be invited to a challenge workshop where you will be able to relay your advice to Phil Graham himself.
The Airports Challenge is open to participants of the Executive Masters in Cities at the London School of Economics. To access the full challenge, please register using the invitation code sent to you.
You will be invited to a web meeting where we will introduce you to the other challenge takers. This will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions on the challenge and review the data that is available to you.
The culmination of the challenge is a workshop where you will be able to give your advice to Phil Graham himself.