I’ve visited some of the African Anglophone countries (Kenya, Tanzania and parts of Nigeria) over the last eight years, but this is my first time in Abidjan, the “capital” of the West African Francophone. I would like to share with you my field notes which contain my first and lasting impression of the idiosyncrasies of […]
Hillary Clinton is the first female presidential nominee of a major political party in history. So does her bid for the White House mark a step change for women in leadership around the world? Or are there deep, underlying issues that we still need to address?
Just what a good Advisory Board member should do relies heavily on what he or she expects from this board. But I don’t want to get caught up here in the debate on whether they should cater to the needs of the shareholders – or what those needs are. Rather, my interest lies in highlighting […]
While the world seems to lean towards populist politicians with easy and wrong answers to tough questions, the First Lady of the United States makes a great speech to the City College of New York