Economist and former McKinsey partner Caroline Webb shows how to use findings from behavioural economics, psychology, and neuroscience to transform our approach to everyday working life.
Innovation experts Martin Amor and Alex Pellew offer practical tips for unleashing the power to create and turning ideas – whether for a business, a campaign or social venture - into reality.
James Timpson OBE is taking his family business to new heights with an innovative recruitment and staff development approach which achieves commercial and social goals.
As rapid technological change makes increasing numbers of jobs obsolete, how are we to manage this profound shift in our work, lives and society? What can we do to avoid being left behind? Martin Ford analyses the radical implications of our automated future.
Learn more about purpose-driven business with Seven Hills’ Michael Hayman and Nick Giles, Dunnhumby’s Edwina Dunn and Stylist editor Lisa Smosarski.
John Browne, former CEO of BP and one of the UK’s most admired business leaders, examines the risks and rewards of coming out in business.
In the 2015 RSA President’s Lecture Professor Sir Tony Atkinson proposes a set of optimistic and practical policy actions to reduce inequality, and shows how both government and citizens – acting individually and collectively ...
The Economist’s management editor Adrian Wooldridge examines how widespread disruption and innovation will have an impact on the future of economics and work.
Georgia Gould, Labour Party Councillor for Kentish Town, and ‘apostle and advocate for her generation’ offers a spirited manifesto for harnessing the creative and passionate potential of a whole generation of young Britons.
Author of the much acclaimed book Reinventing Organizations, Frederic Laloux, discusses the emergence, in many different sectors, of a whole new type of organisation.
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