Monthly Archives: January 2017

Dark Satanic Millenials

In a recent survey, Pointless Generalisations magazine asked 150 top CEOs what their Millenial workforces were looking for from their jobs. It produced some startling results that should make business leaders sit up and take note. Gone are requests for job security, flexibility, a fair wage for a fair day’s work, an equitable workload, the […]

Melancholia On Ice

  The 6th of August 1987 was the day before my 16th birthday. I had spent the previous night in a small 2-man tent on a patch of fine white sand at the bottom of a tumble of moraine at the side of an as-yet unnamed glacier. From the entrance to my tent I could […]

Naughty, but nice

The light of lights looks always on the motive, not the deed, the shadow of shadows on the deed alone – William Butler Yeats How do we understand authenticity? Semantically speaking, reviled boss of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, is about as authentic a business leader as one could hope to find, however unsavoury we might […]