There are many widely held beliefs concerning millennials at work, but are they valuable pointers for managers wishing to engage this important swathe of staff or simply pointless myths?
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Following the Conservatives’ unexpected lost majority, is it now time for politicians to hire project managers to run their election campaigns?
United Airlines soared into world headlines for the wrong reasons and not only crashed their public relations but also burnt their reputation
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Lady Justice wears a blindfold, holding her scales to weigh the law impartially, without reference to wealth, power or status. But can a minnow really win an intellectual property case against a better-funded adversary?
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