Central banks and inflation: Why you can expect higher interest rates for longer than you might expect
Rates of core inflation appear to be far too sticky for comfort, and that means that the major central banks may keep rates higher for longer. The key message from central bank meetings in March will be to get ready for a longer period of higher interest rates.
We don’t need female office hours or other such pony shows. We want one thing and one thing only. Investment.
Putting real power in the hands of women is creating a system where they can start and own their own companies. That requires a seismic rethink in how VCs and our state development agency provide funding.
Sustainability leadership or the art of bringing people with you
Transforming organisations to be sustainable is an exercise in human leadership, but humans are not mobilised by strategies and reports. Here is how to create communities that will achieve ESG goals – and the role different people in your business can play in the process.
The economic war on Russia: Part 2 – A road paved with good intentions
In part two of a series on the paradox of the Russian economy, I want to look at the effectiveness of financial and trade sanctions deployed against Moscow. After all, imagineering a corporate flight in response to Russian aggression is one thing, delivering it is another.