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Julia Hobsbawm on What Working and Networking will look like in 2020

We’ve been much enjoying Julia Hobsbawm’s major new report – Fully Connected: What Working and Networking will look like in 2020 – published in association with EY this morning. It identifies five ‘arrows’ pointing to 21st century business success: Manage your networks Face-to-face five time a week Konwledge dashboard The active networker (lifestyle not diet) Curiosity

Lord Digby Jones to present a new BBC series on manufacturing

We’re big fans of Lord Digby Jones, so we’re delighted he is set to host a BBC2 3-part series looking at the state of the British manufacturing industry. In Digby’s own words: “I am thrilled to be making this series of programmes. It is vital that a wider audience understands how business ticks, especially smaller

Iain Martin, expert speaker on the future of global banking, gets shortlisted for the FT and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award

Iain Martin, the political commentator, author, broadcaster and gifted speaker is getting deservedly high praise for his new book on the RBS story, and the lessons we can all learn from it. “Making It Happen: Fred Goodwin, RBS and the Men Who Blew up the British Economy” (Simon & Schuster, 2013) has been short-listed for the

DJ Patil joins the startup RelateIQ

It has just been announced that the leading authority on digital media, social networks and data science DJ Patil has joined startup company RelateIQ. Moving on from his position as Data Scientist in Residence at Greylock Partners, DJ Patil has officially joined the team at RelateIQ. The company use large-scale data-mining technologies to automate relationship tracking in

“The path to power and how to use it”: Philip Delves Broughton reveals all..

Author and business management expert Philip Delves Broughton also writes for the Financial Times and his article ‘The path to power and how to use it’ makes an interesting read. Taking into consideration the writings and research of various others, Philip explores why power has such bad connotations in the business world today and why

Cultural Highlights: Extinction exhibit at the London Natural History Museum

This weekend, Members of Chartwell’s London office sought refuge from the sweltering heat in the vaults of London’s museums. Among the highlights was the latest exhibit at the Natural History Museum: Extinction: Not the End of the World? The exhibition distinguishes itself by raising some challenging questions. Do current extinction rates fit the ever present

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