Allyson Stewart-Allen is a Californian who now lives and works in London where she is the founder and chief executive of a consultancy called International Marketing Partners. She a specialist in globalisation and its impacts, and author of the book Working with Americans. She tells Peter Day about the snags and possibilities companies may encounter in the global world.
Richard Straub worked for IBM for much of his life. He is now director of the Drucker Forum. He tells Peter Day how the Forum began, and how Professor Drucker’s ideas maintain their relevance in a much-changed business world.
Andrew Hill is management editor and associate editor of the Financial Times, where his weekly column has a wide following. He tells Peter Day about some of the notable things that have changed in his nearly three decades of reporting for the paper on business, companies and management..and the things that haven’t.