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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Revealed: The best job in the UK, a record year for start-ups, the boozer is back

Revealed: The best job in the UK, a record year for start-ups, the boozer is back

Pubs are enjoying a renaissance and other things you may have missed this week.

Want to encourage more female leaders? Openly highlight their achievements

Want to encourage more female leaders? Openly highlight their achievements

A study shows that publicly praising women not only increases their willingness to lead, their teams perform better.

Half of business decisions made on gut feel, an end to Britain's rail woes? BlackRock's climate 'U-turn'

Half of business decisions made on gut feel, an end to Britain's rail woes? BlackRock's climate 'U-turn'

Rail operators in the North and South are at risk of nationalisation and other stories you may have missed this week.

Does air pollution make your staff less productive?

Does air pollution make your staff less productive?

A US education study suggests that breathing better air boosts performance.

Executive pay: Fair or unfair, scrutiny will only increase

Executive pay: Fair or unfair, scrutiny will only increase

There are complex reasons behind CEOs' enormous remuneration packages.

Brexit optimism for retail, new direction for outsourcers, workplace protection for vegans

Brexit optimism for retail, new direction for outsourcers, workplace protection for vegans

The retail sector will grow this year and other stories you may have missed this week.

Money doesn't buy happiness - even for CEOs

Money doesn't buy happiness - even for CEOs

Beware executive headhunters bearing gifts, says Secret Cinema boss Max Alexander.

There's no such thing as a male or female brain - and why that matters

There's no such thing as a male or female brain - and why that matters

Our brains respond to how we expect them to behave, says neuroscientist and author Gina Rippon.

What do people really think about business? 257 years to close the gender pay gap & Sports Direct rebrands

What do people really think about business? 257 years to close the gender pay gap & Sports Direct rebrands

Trust in business has declined over the last year and other stories you may have missed this week.

The first rule of an open culture

The first rule of an open culture

Start with yourself, says Prezi's Peter Arvai.