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Views & Opinions

 
Our Members' Comments on Current Topics

Within our Company there is a vast well of knowledge and professional opinion, relating, for example, to the Economy and Present Day Management matters. Regularly, articles are published in our newsletters that highlight particular issues, views and opinion. These articles are gathered together here in reverse chronological order.

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Back to the 1930s: another dispatch from Poland

Liveryman Karol Szlichcinski watches the flow of radical new legislation with horrified fascination....

 

The Wider Society of the Livery....

Joining a Livery Company is a unique route to a wide society...  PM Edward Sankey explains....

 

Islam: implications for the City....

A joint initiative in the City of London....

Europe will matter more than China in 2016....

There is a much larger crisis than whether or not Greece's debt can be re-negotiated again, or whether the UK leaves the European Union....

This much I know...

After 25 years in consulting, Freeman Mark Hoble thought he would set out a few hints and tips that he has picked up over the years...

 

The difference we make in the world ....

On how we make a difference in the world - both good and bad - and delivering world changing assignments in a moment....

 

Europe’s Problems are more than Economic....

Debating the question of Brexit seems like a luxury, even a redundant intellectual exercise in comparison to the broader problems that Europe faces....

“Given the challenges facing the UK, what can we as Management Consultants contribute?”....

Master David Peregrine-Jones' theme for the way forward in Year 2015/2016....

Broadband – The argument over access and speed...

So Europe aim for a basic 30Mbps, USA define basic at 25Mbps and we are calling 24Mbps "superfast" ??  Confused? 

What is a company for?

Directors should understand the answer even if it might surprise...

"Financial Times":  29 October 2015   A debate at Cass Business School - orchestrated by PM Bob Garratt and sponsored by WCoMC

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