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Paul Markillie discusses the future of innovation

Paul Markillie, a global expert on the disruptive impact of new technologies and Innovation Editor for The Economist Magazine, joins us for three quick questions on the future of innovation as a part of the Chartwell Podcast series. Paul is particularly excited about the potential of nano-satellite technology (pictured above), which can do much of

Listen to John Hulsman on Narendra Modi’s landslide

Listen to Alex Hickman in conversation with geopolitical analyst Dr John Hulsman on what Narendra Modi’s victory means for India, its economic outlook and the Asia-Pacific region. John explains why he believes Modi’s victory is “the single most important thing” that will happen in 2014; and discusses the consequences of rising nationalism in Asia Pacific. For information

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Nick Southgate outlines what businesses can learn from behavioural economics

It was a pleasure to have Dr Nick Southgate drop by the Chartwell office. Over coffee he told us why businesses need to think more about thinking: all too often organisations overestimate the degree to which customers/clients think hard about their decision, and underestimate the degree to which people do a lot of things without

Tom Chatfield discusses the evolving relationship between business and technology

From the high profile IPOs of Facebook and Twitter in 2012/2013 to the hyping of the ‘internet of things’, the massive impact of digital technology on global business shows no sign of abating. Tom Chatfield, author of How to Thrive in the Digital Age (2012), dropped by our office and shared his penetrating insights on

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