Closing the leadership gap

As baby-boomers retire and talent-management remains a constant struggle, the leadership gap is a growing concern for organisations

How promoting women will close the gender pay gap

John Lewis store

Increased investment in gender equality is vital if the world is to achieve sustained economic growth and development

The new wave of digital-savvy retail chiefs

Retail bosses must be tech savvy, willing to delegate to digital experts and empower others in their organisation, while keeping a tight hold on strategy

Challenging gender inequality in retail leadership

IKEA’s UK and Ireland country manager Gillian Drakeford says a top-down and bottom-up approach to changing attitudes is needed

Women shop more than men, but they haven’t yet smashed the glass ceiling when it comes to getting more top retail jobs

Transformer in chief: the newest member of the c-suite

Digital transformation of an organisation is increasingly being entrusted to a new member of the board

Executives look to data for the lead

Now data and IT are business imperatives, the board must make room for a digital boss

To avoid risk, leaders must jump first

Leaders must face the truth about their own role before trying to change the firm

Senior management gap left by retiring baby-boomers

Senior exiting a revolving door

As the baby-boomer generation retires, younger high fliers must be identified and their potential developed to fill senior management positions