Take some time out to listen to this podcast on the challenges of transformation and how they relate to planning for a Post-COVID world.
So there we have it – the race for the White House has resulted in yet another major upset for a western democracy. Yet already the commentators are pointing to Hillary Clinton’s lack of authenticity as a prime cause. Is this a lesson for the business community? Leaders have to connect with those they are […]
There have always been leaders who get people to follow them – presumably through sheer force of personality rather than by inclusive behaviour. That can be evidenced in a number of ways. However I was reflecting the other day on one in particular who demonstrated the latter approach. General Sir Martin Farndale KCB was a […]
It appears that everyone is running around shouting about the latest financial services scandals (Libor/Euribor, Interest Rate Swaps). Heads are being demanded on the proverbial platters but that seems to me to miss the underlying issue. Questioning Bob Diamond (late CEO of Barclays) in front of the Treasury Select Committee, Mark Garnier MP [Conservative, […]