The best of Insights 2015: A Year in Review

30 December 2015 -


From first class change management to the end of appraisals, Insights brings you a round-up of the top management stories from a year dominated by Jeremy Clarkson, trouble at Tesco and undignified resignations           

The 5 Greatest Examples of Change Management in Business History

The need for decisiveness and communication, the inevitable disruption, and why you’ll probably need to break down “the old ways”... Managers can learn a lot from these classic change management case studies

Is Jeremy Clarkson beyond managerial discipline?

As TV presenter is suspended and Top Gear’s future uncertain, has the BBC allowed him to get bigger than the show’s brand?

Are we seeing the end of appraisals?

Accenture has officially joined the likes of Microsoft and Gap in ditching the popular “bell curve” process of rating its employees.

Slowly but surely, major corporations seem to be rebelling against traditional annual performance reviews

Tesco: five reasons it went so wrong

The UK’s biggest supermarket released its results yesterday, showing a record £6.4bn loss, and the business media had a field day. Insights analyses Tesco’s major failings

Undignified resignations: six of the best

After Ed Balls, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage and Ed Miliband all took their electoral punishment with good grace, here are six personalities who departed in a somewhat messier fashion

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