Articles by Stefan Stern
Liz Kendall rightfully talks of the UK becoming 'world class at creating low-paid jobs'.
In 2010, Osborne spoke of not using management consultants but quickly realised they were a necessity.
Europe's leaders should look at themselves and consider who lent Greece the money in the first place.
Business leaders need to avoid PR advisers and worries about brand damage to show leadership.
Making the right decisions can be a tricky affair but certain components can make the process easier.
Despite 100 business leaders signing a letter to support the Tories, a few have distanced themselves from it.
We have to address our dismal productivity as a nation if the economy is to improve.
It may appear robots are taking over but with some job opportunities disappearing, new ones are emerging.
Obama and Bill Clinton understand the importance of telling stories with content and meaning.
While leaders must set a good example, they should not be regarded as heroes at their companies and beyond.
The pro or anti-business debate rumbles on, with HSBC's dodgy tax antics muddying the waters.
Measuring the performance of people allows managers to do their jobs in a more efficient way.
Noticing things before they happen and acting on them is an important skill for leaders to learn.
Add the Christmas spirit to the workplace all year round and recognise the needs of your colleagues and employees.
Get your legacy wrong and the repercussions will reverberate long after you leave your post.
Running a business you feel good about is easier than hiding behind uninspiring mission statements.
Management gurus of the world descend on Vienna for the sixth annual Global Peter Drucker Forum.
The big supermarkets are running scared of the discounted retailers but they should not be panicking.
Myth-spreaders in business journalism focus on bosses who have the golden touch but success is not just down to them.