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John McLean Fox - following the award of an Outstanding Service Medal - addresses the Members' Reception - 20 September 2018...

...fuelling the desire to become a full Livery Company that would enhance the reputation of the management consultancy profession through its charitable activities...

Ten years from the financial crisis - banks, Brexit and populism....

Our politics and our social discourse have fragmented into extremes as a result of the populism that was triggered by negative or flat real wage growth and a growing sense of inequality of opportunity.

 

Where can you find a vertical forest?

As a former Vice Chairman of the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes, Calvert Markham was invited to contribute to  the ICMCI meeting and conference recently held in Milan, at a session relating to the formation of our own Centre for Management Consulting Excellence - CMCE...

 

Lt. Col. Brian O’Rorke - Master 1996-97 Worshipful Company of Management Consultants

Annual Service 20th September 2018 –Delivered by Michael Jeans, Master 2001-02

Silent temporal resistance (or how to screw up other people's plans!)...

– the 2018 Urwick Lecture revisited...

A false step by the Bank of England. There is no compelling reason for higher interest rates...

FINANCIAL TIMES – Leader 3 August 2018...

 

Icarus: Disembodied Knowledge, Bureaucratic Thinking, and the Hopeful Return to Reality...

Cybernetician Dr James Wilk, Liveryman, a seasoned digital transformation adviser, explores the requirements for deploying AI intelligently, the historic roots of our present digital malaise, and the fallacious, tacit philosophical assumptions behind it.

Post-referendum Britain is living on debt...

...but is the Bank of England killing the golden goose that is consumer spending...? 

GREECE....

The slightly more positive economic news from Greece has been overshadowed by the terrible fire that cost so many lives in late July just outside Athens...

Given the London Stock Exchange Group’s purchase of Borsa Italiana in 2007 ....

...could this now provide a novel opportunity for the City of London as we exit the European Union?

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