Monthly Archives: February 2014

From battlefield to boardroom – the lessons of war, peacefully taught over a hot breakfast

We owe the Army a great deal. I don’t mean in terms of the uncomplaining way they carry out the orders of successive governments while secretly mouthing phrases like ‘what the feck’ and ‘bloody politicians’. And I don’t mean the … Continue reading

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Twilight of the Masters – a crisis for postgraduate education in the UK?

For all of us individuals, for our football teams, for our favourite bands, Götterdämmerung is always around the corner. That moment following a slow decline when we pass into oblivion and are replaced by someone better, a winning football team … Continue reading

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