This is the sixth in a series of eight “old age” reflections on this period of my life. (The process and place of such reflections is described in the final paragraph.) It conjures up the words, despair, determination, integrity, introversion,… Read More ›
The bias of the anti Brexit BBC is shown yet again in their ignoring the significance of the World Bank report, Doing Business, showing the U.K. in 7th place globally, miles ahead of Germany and France. Not even reported.
In Part I of this series we described the assertions about poverty and why nations fail from the excellent book by Acemoglu and Robinson, “Why Nations Fail”: With many examples they revealed a single and consistent factor as being the… Read More ›
It is time therefore that the world generally, and the utterly ineffective UN took a long hard look at their misplaced and often self serving policies in attempting to eradicate poverty and human misery. The perceived wisdom (generally thought… Read More ›
Shackleton and Me! As an organisation psychologist I have many years experience of working in environments where leadership was an issue, in most cases this was in organisations undergoing planned transformation or experiencing forced change. Whole systems often needed to… Read More ›