Brexit: a project revolution?

Leaders need to grasp the fundamentals of project management [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”https://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/full_book_dialogue_q32019_569cc21c970cbd/85″ ]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez, author of The Project Revolution: How to Succeed in a Project Driven World, claims that we are carrying out more projects today than ever before. A revolution is under way: projects are “on the … Read more

Negotiating a successful Brexit

Nicole Soames outlines the steps the UK negotiators need to take to ensure Brexit negotiations avoid deadlock, disagreement and disappointment. In what promises to be one of the most complicated political negotiations of all times, the secret to negotiating the best possible outcome for the UK is for UK negotiators to draw on emotional intelligence (EQ) to … Read more

Britons want ‘impossible’ Brexit deal

UK residents favour free trade without free movement – a settlement the EU has expressly rejected Britons want to do an ‘impossible’ free trade deal with the remaining EU nations while retaining control of immigration from the bloc. That is the finding from a poll of British attitudes released this morning in London. The analysis, by … Read more

Brexit’s early immigration impact: it is the workers UK needs most that it is losing fastest

New research out today reveals the job sectors where demand for EU workers to fulfill UK jobs is highest are seeing the largest immediate dip in interest, following the leave vote. The digital research looked at volumes of online searches within different sectors and countries, and the opinions and intent indicators of people investigating a … Read more

Brexit: A project doomed to fail

  Good news for the young people of Britain and the members of the business community who voted against leaving the EU: there is a big chance that, as things stand today, the Brexit project will not succeed, writes Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez Over the past 15 years I have analyzed thousands of projects that failed: large -small, business-political, … Read more

Brexit’s data shock?

  Britain’s decision to leave the EU poses questions about the future of data protection law, finds Ben Walker [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”https://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/dialogue_q4_2016_print_proof__cropp/24″ ]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] It was a seismic morning. On 24 June, Britain, against all expectations, awoke to find it had voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. … Read more

This little-known Canadian immigration policy could help London shrug off Brexit

London visas based on regional immigration policy in Commonwealth nations could open up post-Brexit London, writes Ben Walker  Just a month after the UK voted to leave the EU, politicians in Britain are starting to think creatively how to secure the nation’s economic future outside the European Union. So-called Brexit Lite – whereby the UK … Read more

Corporate courage vs Brexit bashfulness

  We are slap-bang in the middle of ‘interesting times’. Leaders and potential leaders face monumental challenges, but also great opportunities. I’m referring not only to the political leaders caught in a whirligig of ‘What just happened?’ and a rollercoaster of ‘Who’s in control?’, but also to the business leaders as Brexit throws a firestarter … Read more

Is Brexit Boris plotting free EU movement by the backdoor?

  The leader of Britain’s victorious Leave campaign has told voters that there will be “no pulling up of the drawbridge” – despite swinging many voters towards the anti-EU camp on a staunchly anti-immigration ticket. Boris Johnson, who was strongly pro-immigration when mayor of London, gave assurances that the UK would not be isolationist in … Read more