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This blog first appeared on the Bradford University School of Management blog. I am sitting in a restaurant working my way through a hearty bowl of spaghetti Bolognaise.  Through the window I can see the temperature gauge recording a frosty minus 4.  Kids are playing in the snow and adults are going up high on

This blog first appeared on the Bradford University School of Management blog. Well we knew it was going to be tough but the Comprehensive Spending Review has probably presented those of us working in the public sector with challenges even greater than expected. 1. Public sector cuts are long term – and permanent Cuts in

This blog first appeared as a guest blog for the Forum of Private Business and on the Bradford University School of Management blog. How will the Comprehensive Spending Review affect the Private Sector? Soon after the election, the government announced the bonfire of quangos – and scrapping 192 public bodies.  This week we wait to

This blog first appeared on the Bradford University School of Management blog. The country is bracing itself for the Comprehensive Spending Review on 20 October.  And local government and NHS trust bosses are looking at how they shed large numbers of highly experienced employees without threatening the long term health of these very organisations. Publictechnology.net

This blog first appeared on the Bradford University School of Management blog. Looking at Premier League football in England from a business perspective is quite difficult. The beautiful game is no doubt about big business – but is big business  increasingly just a rich man’s toy? The World Cup as business Let’s think about the

This blog first appeared on the Bradford University School of Management blog. Well, it was bound to happen, he’s gone, Tony Hayward has left BP as Chief Executive and everyone can now breathe easy. If only PR was so simple. Scandalous payoff? Firstly those who pushed for his removal from office are now equally troubled

This blog first appeared on the Bradford University School of Management blog. Well, the government has spoken.  Austerity is upon us!  The public sector must cut and save – there’s little disagreement. My problem is the balance between the economics and ideology of policy making. Let’s look at some examples. 1. Brand Yorkshire disappearing Firstly,

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