Stick or twist: the new leader gamble

While the rest of the rugby world enjoys the knock-out stages of Rugby World Cup 2015, enthusiasm in England – the host nation for the tournament, lest we forget – has plummeted, following the national side’s premature exit from the […]

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Not enough hours in the day

What is a productive, happy workforce worth? If you’re looking for an opinion, you’ll find answers from across the political spectrum that frequently reflect the individual’s worldview – regardless of the facts. But if you want hard evidence, it’s not […]

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What financial services can learn from the culture of voluntary transparency in professional athletics

“I work so hard for what I do. It has taken me half of my life to achieve what I achieved and for people to think I am taking a shortcut is not fair. I am 100 percent clean. This […]

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Re-cycling culture

“This time last year we drove six hours to Paris, phones off, and I grilled the management all the way: ‘What are we going to do to turn this round? This isn’t good enough, this isn’t what we are all […]

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What the hell is ‘quad play’?

If you’ve not heard the term ‘quad play’ before, first put all thoughts of dangerous team games on small motorised utility vehicles out of your mind. We’re not talking about polo for petrolheads. Quad play is the newest strategy in […]

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