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Articles for August 2011

Putting ownership to rights

Capitalism and democracy are on a collision course, says Charles Handy
Saving capitalism from itself

There's no alternative to capitalism: but all its thinkers agree it's in mortal danger
It's management, stupid

Short-term, anti-social enterprise management is trashing the economy. Henry Mintzberg in conversation
Trust in organisations: who stole it, how can we get it back?

Trust is the essential and urgent price we pay for functioning as human beings. Reflections on an interesting discussion at The Foundation
Recovery: you can't get there from here

This isn't an economic crisis but an organisational one; there'll be no real recovery without reform in the private, not the public, sector