Author Mark Goyder

Trust and Russian money – Time for the city to Look in the mirror?

I’ve just read Catherine Belton’s excellent book ‘Putin’s People – how the KGB took back Russia and then took on...

Deplorable Owners – how to deal with football’s tainted inheritance

‘The Battle of the Deplorable Owners’ took place on 13 March 2022 - a Premier League match between Chelsea,  owned...

Culture – the gaping hole that undermines B Corp’s credibility

It was a pleasant evening with friends. Next to me was the long-retired founder of a business that I admire....

Master or servant? A new agenda for teaching business

I once heard about a Syrian refugee, a biochemist, who reflected on the horrors and humiliations involved in fleeing his...

Lithuanian chocolates and global shocks

In 2019 I was invited to Lithuania to speak at the Annual Conference of the Baltic Institute of Corporate Governance...

The high road to improved productivity

The government sees improved productivity as the cornerstone of its Levelling Up policy. That means supporting the private sector –...

The high road to improved productivity

The government sees improved productivity as the cornerstone of its Levelling Up policy. That means supporting the private sector – the real...

Yes to levelling up. No to divisiveness and ignoring nature.

Life expectancy for a man living in Blackpool is 74 years. In the London Borough of Westminster it is over...

Stewardship – a joint responsibility that we have yet to crack

Paul Myners – who died two weeks ago – had a flair for creative disruption. He was an ally in...

Fink again

Here is a question to ask your colleagues or, if you are a teacher of business, your students. Try dating...