Bosses are desperate to get office workers back to their desks post-Covid. Employees think otherwise – and this time they may be in the driving seat.
In retrospect, Boris Johnson has been living on borrowed time as leader almost since day one in Downing Street
Inflation has driven a stake through the heart of Silicon Valley’s ‘blitzscaling’ business model – putting Uber, the first, and biggest, examplar, directly in the firing line
Welcome to the new-look site. The new one aims to be more consistent and stable as well as easier on the eye than in the past. Pages should also be easier to read on smartphones and smaller screens from now on. The whole archive has been transferred to the new site – more than 500 […]
P&O Ferries are an apt representation of UK capitalism under Johnson’s Tories: disreputable, corner-cutting and protected from the consequences of its actions by sailing under a flag of convenience
The growth of Russian influence in the UK is not just a political story: it is enabled by a sophisticated business ecosystem ranging from professional services to advertising and marketing that is now part of the UK’s business model
Read my article first published in the Financial Times on 21 April 2022 here
Women have left strikingly little mark on the theory and practice of management we have inherited from the past. That needs to change for a post-Covid, post-industrial, post carbon planet
Don’t write off the conglomerate. While the dismemberment of GE marks the end of one era, the rise of private equity and the giant tech platforms signals the birth of another. When managed well, the congl0merate form is as potent as ever.
The ‘beer game’ meets Covid-19: why the world’s supply chains are more stretched than they have been for many years