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Productivity

How to be a really productive leader

The latest in our series running up to the Management Book of the Year awards

18 January 2017

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The new physics of growth: Why scale-ups are the new start-ups

Inspired by Professor Dan Isenberg, the world authority on entrepreneurial ecosystems, a new orthodoxy is emerging about Britain’s economic future, and it’s this: if you have lots of people starting companies, you can’t have lots of people growing companies. So stop encouraging start-ups and start thinking scale-ups

18 January 2017

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BusinessDeal

The Best "Have your cake and eat it" Deals of All Time

With Brexit negotiations underway and Trump in power at the White House, Insights lists the six best deals ever negotiated

17 January 2017

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Smile

How Managers Can Overcome the Stress of Blue Monday

The one day waking up for work feels particularly difficult, Blue Monday is for many people, the most depressing and stressful time of the whole year

16 January 2017

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ManagementTips

Juicing up your productivity: tips from the management frontline [2017 Future Forecast insight]

This year’s Future Forecast survey exposed real concerns about economic prospects, but dig even deeper into the data and you find inventive managers determined to reinvent their own organisations

13 January 2017

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MBOY

Jo Owen on… How to Manage

The latest in our series leading up to the 2017 Management Book of the Year awards

13 January 2017

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MentoringTeam

Are men the key to achieving gender diversity? Have your say in our latest survey

CMI wants to hear your views on how male role models can act as agents of change for promoting women in management

12 January 2017

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EmployeeBoardroom

Employees on boards: can it ever work; does it ever work; who's tried it?

Although Prime Minister Theresa May has recently backtracked on the idea of forcing UK businesses to have workers in their boardroom, the idea is seen in some quarters as an ideal antidote to corporate excess. But practically, can it work?

12 January 2017

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MBOY

How to develop your career post-university

The latest in our series leading up to the Management Book of the Year awards

11 January 2017

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BrainTraining

Cognitive athletes: Why we need them, and how you can be one

To achieve the highest cognitive abilities, staff need a supportive strategy and a supportive workplace

11 January 2017

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