Monthly Archives: January 2020

Illustrating our Impact

Policy@Manchester is a public policy research network based at The University of Manchester for whom I have written extensively for nearly a decade. To highlight its most recent achievements and discuss its key future role in deepening research impact, I was … Continue reading

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Our Work, Our Impact

The National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Greater Manchester is a partnership between providers and commissioners from the NHS, industry, the third sector and The University of Manchester. The Institute commissioned me to put together … Continue reading

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The Business: Issue 6

In this issue of Greater Manchester Chamber’s member magazine I secured an exclusive front cover interview through my contacts with Co-op Group Chief Executive Steve Murrells. In a very candid interview Steve talked in depth about why the mutual model … Continue reading

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Business School Research

This latest issue of Alliance Manchester Business School’s Research magazine features interviews and thought leadership with world-leading academics. Among the research topics under the spotlight were automation and the future of work, and how the School is playing a leading … Continue reading

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Automotive Engineering Services

Increasing e-mobility, connectivity and autonomous driving are demanding new relationships between OEMs and engineering service providers, and I helped global M&A advisory firm Clearwater International put together this special report on the topic. Through my own contacts I also secured an … Continue reading

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InterChina Insight: The Age of the Aged

In this latest newsletter from InterChina, I helped the M&A advisory firm put together an insightful report into how increased average life expectancy in China will place a huge burden on the country’s medical system and wider society. The report … Continue reading

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National Forum for Health and Wellbeing at Work

Health and wellbeing has never been higher up the boardroom agenda and is an issue I have written about extensively, in particular working over many years with Professor Sir Cary Cooper, a leading academic in the field globally. To put … Continue reading

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