The old adage, 'a principle is not a principle until it costs you something’, has never been more relevant. So, what happens when the ‘right’ decision hits the bottom line or impacts a business? It’s a question CEOs are increasingly having to answer
Technology is enabling more direct open feedback with government and is poised to increase political engagement nationwide, but people have some major reservations...
A large chunk of the UK public choose not to vote in political elections. We reveal five reasons why this might be the case
With Brexit headlines continuing to dominate the daily news, what have been the biggest lessons for procurement leaders on how to approach geopolitical risk?
Each industrial revolution produced a significant reordering of manufacturing nations. As the world embarks on what many predict will be its fourth, which countries will be the main beneficiaries and how will global economic dynamics shift?
With its developing ports, the Horn of Africa is an area of significant commercial and military strategic importance where investments carry an increasing risk
Oliver Pickup investigates the history of the death penalty and asks: will capital punishment ever be completely abolished across the world?
In an increasingly volatile world, procurement decisions are in danger of being influenced by politics, not to mention emotions, rather than what’s best for the bottom line