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Articles for June 2008

In a world of league tables, compassion loses out

IN PRIVATE, Labour politicians acknowledge that managing by targets has gone too far. But changing direction is not so easy.
It ain't what you change, it's the way that you do it

SYMBOLICALLY dispatching conventional management by launching a model of the pointy-haired boss from the Dilbert comics and a copy of Frederick Winslow Taylor's Scientific Management into lower space was easy. Following up the fireworks by getting 30 of t
Europe is out to get the fat cats Labour strokes

While soaring executive pay is high on the European agenda, in the UK New Labour is doing its best to keep capitalism safe for the extremely wealthy.