Friday November 22, 2019

Stephen Kinsella On Economics

The real question for the next few years is this: can workers expect to see wage increases in line with their productivity?

24th September, 2017

Vision is the hardest thing to get right as a leader. Vision is the easiest thing to ignore as mere waffle. Defining a vision and sticking to it are what separates good leaders from chancers. Any eejit with a PR firm versed in management-speak can crank out a ‘world’s best’ type vision statement. These get disregarded the moment things get messy. This is because they don’t make sense when conditions change. You jettison them because...

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