- RT @jdforward: Scottish Jews are wary of independence as vote looms: jd.fo/s5NXf 7 hours ago
- RT @PubProfessor: Will a Yes vote make Scotland's Jews head south? jewishjournal.com/opinion/articl… 7 hours ago
- RT @AtheneDonald: Today's post: Who Isn’t an Impostor? bit.ly/1uDI5xT Impostor syndrome affects some surprisiing people if you dig… 7 hours ago
- RT @WSJ: It has been 6 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Where its liquidation stands now: on.wsj.com/1qWBZqF http://t.co/Em… 7 hours ago
- RT @CityMetric: All the wonks are talking about devolution in England. Here's why it'll be really hard to do citymetric.com/english-devolu… http://… 7 hours ago
- I think @FlipChartCat is getting bored with #indyref http://t.co/vknZwxrB4a 7 hours ago
- RT @FlipChartCat: Well it's better than reading it... http://t.co/i6YiKeisZP 7 hours ago
- The Scottish economy in ten essential charts | via @Telegraph fw.to/uPq64kO 10 hours ago
- @VoltaireOK Where's that? @BloombergNews 10 hours ago
- OECD warns divorce from Scotland poses threat to global economy | via @Telegraph fw.to/UC046V 12 hours ago
- "Governments abroad don’t like the Scottish referendum." blogs.lse.ac.uk/eurocrisispres… 13 hours ago
- David Cameron's Wikipedia entry in 2100 goo.gl/fb/YlfrJl Brilliant, from @sjwrenlewis 16 hours ago
- The brutal maths of public spending
- Who saw the crash coming?
- Are we really about to split up our country?
- The Old Rectory Syndrome
- Can UKIP scale up?
- The spirit of the age
- Why is the gender pay gap higher for management jobs?
- The self-employment earnings timebomb
- Britain’s management problem
- Italian tragedy
- Economy in ‘wait and see’ mode
- Turbo greying
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Monthly Archives: August 2010
The Economist has a review of Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble’s book The Other Side of Innovation: Solving the Execution Challenge. The book has just come out and looks like it is well worth reading. Organisations often put huge resources into producing ideas … Continue reading
Ron Ashkenas wrote a piece on conflict avoidance for the Harvard Business Review earlier this week. Conflict avoidance, together with its pernicious twin, embarrassment avoidance, is behind a lot of the dysfunctional behaviour in organisations. Most people will go to extreme … Continue reading
Financial Secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban crashed and burned on Radio 4 this morning. When asked whether he had conducted a formal study of the impact of the government’s spending proposals on disadvantaged groups, he didn’t have a clue what … Continue reading
Something unusual happened yesterday; this blog had a lot more comments than it normally gets. That’s surprising for this time of year, given that many people are on holiday. Over the last year or so, I have noticed two seemingly … Continue reading
This is a Taiwanese view of the government’s Spending Challenge and some of the bonkers ideas people have come up with. Hat Tip: Liberal Conspiracy
The government is coming under increasing pressure from business to drop its immigration cap, as I predicted in a somewhat flippant post back in May. Now the Law Society has waded in saying that City law firms might relocate if they can’t recruit the … Continue reading
It was open season (again) on management consultants this weekend after it was revealed that the NHS spent £313 million on them last year. The Independent’s Johann Hari climbed aboard the bandwaggon with this amusing polemic which seems to have been based on … Continue reading