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Articles for July 2008

How to make $4bn without really managing

YOU CAN love Google or hate it - or perhaps a bit of both - but you can't deny its extraordinary effectiveness.
The tyros facing their first downturn

With recession perilously close, the credit crunch is presenting a generation of British managers with a novel and unwelcome prospect: managing through adversity. Though busts are as much part of the cycle as booms,managers appear no better prepared this
Why power-sharing beats the traditional plc

Why power-sharing beats the traditional plc. But there are plenty more and they're thriving.
The price of dubious advice - pounds 100bn a year

Management consultancy shows a gravity-defying ability to keep on growing despite the lack of any real proof that it does any good.