The interests of managers, shareholders and society can often come into conflict. Uniting behind a clearly articulated mission can help reconcile these conflicts, but we still need to have robust measurements to hold corporate ...
Director of Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing
Tony Greenham argues that Keynes' comparison with dentists sends us in completely the wrong direction.
The government is right to refresh the economic rules of the game in industrial policy, employment practices and corporate governance, but that success will rest on treating all three areas as interdependent.
Fake news doesn’t swing elections, but neither does ‘truth’. We have always filtered new information to fit our existing prejudices. The real danger to our democracy is not an absence of truth, but an absence of trust.
Theresa May’s proposal to publish the pay ratios between executives and shop floor workers has prompted a predictable backlash from business elites. She must persevere. The stratospheric rise in executive pay is socially ...
The nature of technology is that industries rise and fall. Fossil fuels served us well in the 20th century but now they are obsolete, so don’t get left behind when the smart money leaves.