Stephen Jones

Stephen is Management Today's reporter, social media editor and unofficial books columnist. Away from the world of business you'll usually find him in a museum or booting balls around a sodden patch of grass. 

 

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Only one in eight managers is 'bad'

Only one in eight managers is 'bad'

A new study suggests that British management might not be as poor as you'd think.

Ken Clarke: "The government has completely ignored the advice of business"

Ken Clarke: "The government has completely ignored the advice of business"

The former MP on Brexit, the responsibilities of business and why we need to do more to ensure that half the country isn't left behind.

What's gone wrong at Metro Bank? AI vs Lawyers & M&S's farming revolution

What's gone wrong at Metro Bank? AI vs Lawyers & M&S's farming revolution

Another Metro Bank exec has stepped down, and other news you may have missed this week.

Read like a CEO: Adam Sharp, CleverTouch

Read like a CEO: Adam Sharp, CleverTouch

Quakers, All Blacks and software CEOs all inspire this avid reader.

"We lock up our customers and take their phones"

"We lock up our customers and take their phones"

Secret Cinema CEO Max Alexander explains the marketing challenges of the immersive film business.

Being CEO doesn't mean family comes last

Being CEO doesn't mean family comes last

WSP's Mark Naysmith offers tips for how not to live out of a suitcase.

Goldman Sachs offers IVF as job perk, Bonmarché rescue, working fathers

Goldman Sachs offers IVF as job perk, Bonmarché rescue, working fathers

The 'vampire squid' goes family friendly, and other stories you may have missed this week.

Ken Clarke exclusive: Boris vs Thatcher, never admit mistakes, handling stress

Ken Clarke exclusive: Boris vs Thatcher, never admit mistakes, handling stress

Freshly retired, the former big beast of Conservative politics offers his unique view on leadership, in the first of two interviews with Management Today.

Have enterprise zones delivered the growth that was promised?

Have enterprise zones delivered the growth that was promised?

Enterprise Zones were hailed as a way to spur growth in economically starved areas.

Are your staff really ill? Record tech investment & easyJet's holiday revamp

Are your staff really ill? Record tech investment & easyJet's holiday revamp

The UK's sick day subterfuge and other stories you might have missed this week.