Almost all CEOs have a set a purpose for their organisation, but their commitment to and use of it varies considerably from company to company.
Uber’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi recently stated on TV that the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was "a mistake.”
This weekend we learned that Steve Easterbrook, now the former CEO of multinational fast-food giant McDonald’s, was fired over an ongoing relationship with a work colleague.
For many of us, work is not just a source of income – it’s an essential source of identity, fulfilment, and self-worth, and some enlightened employers are waking up to the idea that the health of their businesses is inextricably linked to…
The office landscape is changing. Old cultural norms like business casual, 9-5 hours and overtly hierarchical structures are phasing out, making way for a more flexible and smarter environment.
The boardroom disconnect between those with years of career experience under their belts and those starting out is more prominent than ever before, yet, the implications this has for businesses, politics, and society remain unaddressed.…