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Articles for January 2011

A better kind of change

Blueprint for Lansley: why big change in the NHS has to start at the bottom not the top
Davos blues

The Davos worldview now seems as passé as Dallas. The new business realities are being formulated not in the plush Swiss town but on instant networks like Twitter
Why Apple will survive Steve Jobs

Apple's secret – and Jobs' lasting legacy – is its mechanisms for developing close customer relationships
Zombies that kill off good management

Ideas that the Great Crash should have killed off for good still clutter the management landscape
Masters no more?

Forget appeals to bankers' 'sensitivity': the way to cut bonuses is to attack their obscene and artificial profits
Of management and the weather

Could our freezing winter spell the end of the era of privatisation?