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Articles for June 2006

Well get this! High morale equals high productivity

FLEXIBILITY' HAS become an economic and social fault-line.
Handy guide to life, the universe and good sense

As we are reminded in his new book, the UK's best known commentator on management not only witnessed the unfolding story, he helped write the plot.
If Blair can't save the world for us, then business will By: Simon Caulkin

When in the name of 'the free market' lobby groups campaign against society-friendly regulation and governments back off from taking tough decisions, both are denying their proper roles and acting against their own (as well as our) interests.
The real lessons of lecturers' pay walk-out

The bitter university pay dispute, which saw lecturers refusing to call off their exam-marking boycott last week and some universities retaliating by docking pay, is a classic case of long-term public-sector mismanagement.