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Would rationing save us from soaring oil and gas prices? - Henley Business School Finland

Oil and gas: would rationing save us from soaring prices?

  • 26 Apr 2022
With disruptions in the natural gas flow from Russia to Europe fuel supplies are tight and prices soaring. Will rationing and other saving measures may be brought in to protect oil and gas supplies? Read on for a short analysis from Dr Irina Heim.
Henley Business School Andrew Kakabadse - Henley Business School Finland

How will your board rise to the challenge of unexpected challenges?

  • 21 Apr 2022
Businesses are increasingly facing extraordinary disruptions and there is growing pressure for greater accountability in how leaders address these issues. Based on latest research, Professor Andrew Kakabadse has developed practical guidance for leadership teams by establishing a set of core disciplines to increase the chances of success.
Building better boards - Henley Business School Finland

The new BIG business question: are you really a value delivery leader?

  • 7 Apr 2022
Renowned business thinker, Professor Andrew Kakabadse recently presented the findings from his research into the characteristics of outstanding boards and top teams, and his views on what it means to be an outstanding global leader in todayโ€™s competitive environment.
Green to pink to blue: Companiesโ€™ dirty washing - Henley Business School Finland

Green to pink to blue: Companiesโ€™ dirty washing

  • 1 Apr 2022
You've heard of greenwashing - but what are pinkwashing and bluewashing? Dr Irene Garnelo-Gomez unpicks the unethical marketing practices of certain companies in our latest Leading Insight.
Flexible work and women's participation in the workforce - Henley Business School Finland

Flexible work and women’s participation in the workforce

  • 29 Mar 2022
During the COVID-19 pandemic, women have been more likely than men to become economically inactive. Calling women to work and to jobs of relevance is not just a GDP-booster solution, as flexibility in the work culture may bring to more than just a reduction in the gender participation gap and an increase in national wealth.
Professori Andrew Kakabadse - Henley Business School Finland

Win at all costs? Where should boards draw the line?

  • 24 Mar 2022
There is evidence that taking an ethical approach reaps financial rewards in the longer term, and that organisations which adopt a more transparent, honest approach, are more sustainable. Professor Andrew Kakabadse shares findings from his research into the low standards of compliance and governance.
Lose-lose: the game of war and economic sanctions - Henley Business School Finland

Lose-lose: the game of war and economic sanctions

  • 17 Mar 2022
Russiaโ€™s long-lasting conflict and recent invasion of Ukraine have caused significant political tension between Russia and Western countries. Dr Irina Heim uses a game-theoretic approach to explore responses to Russiaโ€™s invasion of Ukraine in our latest Leading Insights.
How does inflation impact businesses? - Henley Business School Finland

How does inflation impact businesses?

  • 14 Mar 2022
In the latest edition of our Leading Insights series, Professor Adrian Palmer outlines how inflation impacts businesses and brands.

Are you ready to cope with the new leadership challenge?

  • 11 Mar 2022
Company boards are increasingly coming under public scrutiny as their decision-making and leadership processes are examined and often called into question in an era which is demanding higher levels of transparency.
The four-day week: New research available - Henley Business School Finland

New research on four-day working week

  • 10 Mar 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns and shift to remote working has had a significant impact on organisationsโ€™ attitudes towards a shorter working week, new research from Henley Business School has revealed.
Trends in coaching

Future Trends in Coaching

  • 1 Dec 2021
What are the thoughts of the global coaching community on the effects of the pandemic and the future coaching landscape as we start to consider the new normal? This Executive Report on Future Trends in Coaching provides an overview of a study undertaken with over 1000 professional coaches.
Hybrid working

Hybrid working โ€“ prizes and pitfalls

  • 18 Nov 2021
Thousands of workers have been heading back to the office over the past month or so. As they do so, the prizes and pitfalls of hybrid ways of working are already becoming reality. The opportunity to shape the patterns and practices is now. How will you respond?