Harvard Business School

At Harvard Business School there is a much battled-over and prestigious league table - that of the most requested and most
At the heart of this vision is a very compelling proposition: if you want to drive systemic change, you have to identify and harness the most powerful resources within that system.
It was the early 1980s, and I was in my late teens. There were many certainties at that time - Nelson Mandela would never
I want my employees to be able to see motherhood (and fatherhood) as beneficial to their careers, not hostile to them. Making parenthood visible at Zaggora and emphasising the importance of personal contentment outside of work are two ways I hope to see that realised in my own workplace.
In an effort to get out of the house and away from the blood vessel popping effort to keep my mouth shut, I recently went to hear the wunderkind of modern education speak at Portcullis House. In case you are old and backward like me, his name is Salman Khan.
Lady Gaga is now initiating a movement committed to inspiring youth to love more, to be brave and stand up for others, and resist the urge to engage in the casual cruelty and meanness so often expressed in the digital world. This was more than a sermon; this was becoming a rallying cry.