Category: The world @work

I’m no economist, but…

In London over the New Year, I witnessed first-hand the buzz of the City even in the middle of winter. As with Austra...

Power pops and gung-ho grannies

It cuts both ways: You may already have managed someone old enough to be your grandfather, but sooner or later, accor...

Unexpected revelations for organisational success

Here’s our 2014 New Year resolution, compliments of Mrs Jones, the 92 year old internet darling, still smiling ...

Crystal balls, lies and damn statistics

We sometimes think we have it hard — working with the variable nature of human beings a...

The art of new world leadership

High performing leaders share a number of common traits. With only small shifts over time, it’s interesting to ...

Keating’s straight men, fixers and maddies

Could you fit our business leaders into the same frame as Keating’s view of Politicians?

“Politici...

Quotas are not a women’s issue. They are a socio-cultural statement.

Our view at Slade Group is that a 33% quota on boards would be a great start. Why? It’s the maths. Let’s ...

The Slade POV

My parents were self-employed. If you also grew up in a family business you’ve probably been immersed in the world ...