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Articles for July 2007

There's no escape from the corporate Catch-22

Joseph Heller's brilliant, excoriating 1961 novel, set on a fictional US airbase in the Second World War, was always about capitalism as much as war. But to read it again is to be struck by how much nature has come to resemble art.
Want to be productive? Grow your own ideas

Britain's supposedly flexible economy consistently lags those we scorn, like France and Germany
How to coin it by being a real bore

Philip Kogan's independent publishing house has survived for 40 years in a business ruled by the global corporates.
Opinion: When an honest mistake is not worth the risk

Reputation has become a new source of anxiety where organisational identity and economic survival are at stake. And if everything may impact on organisational reputation, then reputational risk management demands the risk management of everything.
It takes more than Mr Targets to get results

'Deliverology' is the horrible name of the techniques devised to make New Labour's public-service reforms stick. It has proved just as horrible in practice.