I have written, edited and commissioned articles for a variety of publishers and organisations, including The Times, Raconteur, Sifted.eu, ICAEW and AMS.
Below is a selection of recent work - for more examples, please contact me.
Has AI received employee approval?
Creating the perfect match: the secret to future-proof HR
This is particularly the case for the HR function, which is facing huge challenges key to business success. From global talent shortages to dealing with remote work, digital transformation to reskilling, HR departments are becoming increasingly innovative and agile in response to ongoing pressure.
Meeting these challenges is
The rise of skills-based hiring
Aligning tax perception with tax reality
Why career mobility will solve talent shortages
A critical moment for trust in business
Graphic: 70 years of UK public spending
The future of public service delivery
Is a good hybrid work culture the antidote to quiet quitting?
How Patagonia's shift towards a more ethical mode of capitalism will impact CAs
How America’s talent wars are reshaping business
Experts explore how leaders can foster a sense of personal belonging in an increasingly digital workforce
How to break down barriers to tech careers
Could you look beyond the finance team for your next CFO?
The challenges facing businesses in the future of work are turning the CFO position into an increasingly strategic role. Yes, bookkeeping, financial reporting and compliance are still important, but these tasks are being delegated down the chain.
How to support digital skills across generations
Alastair Campbell: It's not brave to talk about mental health
Best of Summit 2021: Watch the talks here
Throughout the day we discussed everything from how to work with corporates to where to find the best talent, from bootstrapping a business to the best exit strategy.
You can see the whole day’s panels, fireside chats and roundtables on our YouTube playlist here, but if you're crunched for time, here’s a round-up of some o
A CEO's strategic guide to fostering a learning culture
What will our daily commutes look like, post-Covid? We asked the experts
London Underground passengers dropped to as low as 3% of pre-Covid levels, peaking at just 40% in June. In Madrid, metro usage also peaked in June but still only reached 63% of pre-Covid figures. Paris public transport is stuck at 50% of pre-pandemic levels, with Transilien director Sylvie Charles warning they may never return to previous usage.
So what will our daily commutes look l
How to safeguard hybrid working
Why upskilling is critical to digital transformation
The quiet battle raging around open banking
A whole set of challengers are now dedicated to the ‘open banking’ mission, including Moneyhub, Yolt and Tink (which was recently bought by Visa for €1.8bn). These companies allow users to ‘open up' and share their bank data with other parties, charging their clients for the privilege.
But open banking has so far seen slow adoption. Active users in the UK reached 3m in January 2021, well behind