In the final episode of three recorded at this year’s Global Peter Drucker Forum, the FT’s management editor Andrew Hill speaks to Jean-Dominique Senard, chief executive of Michelin, the French tyre manufacturer, and Namita Narkar, a marketing manager in the medical devices division of Abbott, the American multinational. The two discuss leadership and the importance of conviction and purpose in the grandiose surroundings of the Hofburg imperial palace in Vienna - which helps explain the echo you may hear.
A CEO and serial entrepreneur on how careers evolve
In the second of three podcast episodes recorded at this year’s Global Peter Drucker Forum on management, the FT’s management editor Andrew Hill speaks to Isabelle Kocher, chief executive of Engie, and Hermann Arnold, co-founder of Haufe-umantis to exchange ideas on work and careers
Paul Polman and a leader-to-be in conversation on the future of work
In the first of three podcasts recorded at the Global Peter Drucker Forum on management, FT management editor Andrew Hill asks Paul Polman, Unilever executive, and Wasima Khan, legal lexicographer and law lecturer at The Hague University of Applied Sciences to exchange ideas on leadership.
Business book podcast: how to get your proposal published
In this podcast, Andrew Hill discusses how to best bring a business book proposal to publication with Georgina Laycock, publisher for non-fiction at John Murray, Joel Rickett, deputy publisher at Ebury and Bracken Bower Prize judge, and Jonathan Conway, whose own London-based literary agency specialises in non-fiction.
Business Book podcast: radical ideas for the future
Ahead of the launch of the 2018 FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year prize, this series discusses the six shortlisted books with its authors. In this final episode, Helen Barrett, the FT’s Work & Careers editor, and FT economics commentator Martin Sandbu, talk to Jeremy Heimans, who together with Henry Timms co-wrote New Power: How it’s changing the 21st century — and why you need to know, and Annie Lowrey, author of Give People Money.
Ahead of the launch of the 2018 FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year prize, this fifth series discusses the six shortlisted books with its authors. In this first episode, Jonathan Derbyshire, the FT’s executive opinion editor, talks to John Carreyrou, author of Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, and James Crabtree, author of The Billionaire Raj: A Journey Through India’s New Gilded Age
Business Book podcast: capitalism, the past, present and future
Ahead of the launch of the 2018 FT and McKinsey Business Book of the Year prize, this fifth series discusses the six shortlisted books with its authors. In this first episode, FT columnists Andrew Hill and Martin Wolf talk to Mariana Mazzucato, author of The Value of Everything: Making and Taking in the Global Economy, and Adrian Wooldridge, co-author (along with former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan) of Capitalism in America: A History.
The FT followed five people over the course of a year as they changed career in the middle of their working lives. In this final episode, Emma Jacobs hears about the challenges they have faced and their successes.
They are at the top of their game, but they too were once just starting out. As students head to British universities in the next few weeks, we asked some of the speakers at the FT’s Weekend Festival to tell us what they wish they had known when they went to university.