Comment & analysis
SMEs and business schools need closer working links
Moves to encourage collaboration between SMEs and business schools should not just focus on supporting the relatively few firms with the potential to become large global brands, argues Ellie Hamilton.View on the FT website
Business schools and SMEs: Why the government has got it wrong
The government is wrong to generalise the relationship between business schools and small firms, writes Ellie Hamilton.View on the Real Business website
Why working fewer hours may make you perform better at your banking job
Work-life balance and well-being aren’t just ‘hygiene factors’, says Cary Cooper, reflecting on recent reports showing this to be as true in banking as elsewhere.View on the Yahoo website
Self-driving cars: future or fantasy?
The technology may be advancing apace, but is the optimism over the advantages of driver-less cars warranted? Luis Araujo, Katy Mason and Martin Spring raise some important questions.
Are pregnant women really more likely to take sick leave than other workers, as is widely believed? Caroline Gatrell's research reveals a different story – that some feel under pressure to remain at work when they are unwell.
Prozac leadership @ work
When it comes to effective leadership, the constant emphasis on positivity can be potentially damaging, argues David Collinson, and can blind organisations to things that need fixing.