Episode 65: 25th April 2019

This week while Heather was away (is she applying for the role of Governor of the Bank of England?), Tracy invited Gareth Hatton into the studio to talk about Businessline.  Gareth was Heather’s guest last August and it turns out that episode is the most listened to of our podcasts so far. That’s until episode 65 of course – game on folks!

You can find the guidance (lots of videos) on offer to traders in the event of a no-deal brexit on the government website here.

And then take a look around the Businessline pages for events, networking and other services available to you by contacting Gareth.

This week we recommend two books for you. The first is Tracy’s choice, Made to Stick by Chip & Dan Heath. And Gareth’s choice is Polar Bear Pirate: A Grown Ups Book for Kids At Work by Adrian Webster.

Finally, a profile of a man described by the FT as one of the world’s most influential management thinkers, we give you C K Prahalad. A top notch guru that was named the world’s most influential business thinker on the Thinkers50.com list in 2018.

The following quote is taken from his work with Gary Hamel, “Competing for the Future”:

“If we took the mission statements of 100 large industrial companies, mixed them up while everyone was asleep, and reassigned them at random, would anyone wake up tomorrow and cry, ‘My gosh, where has our mission statement gone?'”

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