A new Management Today article by me, on the subject of the mobile and tablet app industry. It’s called Who’s winning the app game?
My latest Management Today feature, on the subject of queueing (or, as they prefer, queuing). The first time anyone really noticed queues was outside bakeries during the French Revolution. They reached a peak in the Second World War and just after. Now, though, the democratic, egalitarian concept of the queue is giving way to the dictates of the market. Anyway, here’s the piece. It’s called Is queueing on its way out?
A feature I have just written for Management Today about the use of intuition in business. It proved to be a quite controversial subject.
Another Management Today feature by me, this time about the charity retail sector and its impact on Britain’s high streets. It’s called Charity shops cash in.
Here’s a piece I’ve just had published in Management Today. It is about the rise of the concept of mindfulness and the meditation that brings it about. I found it fascinating to research, and have been giving mindfulness meditation a try. The piece is called Expand Your Mindfulness.