Stephen Jones

Stephen is Management Today's web reporter.

Employee ownership in the City: Why finnCap gave staff 95 per cent of the business

Employee ownership in the City: Why finnCap gave staff 95 per cent of the business

CEO Sam Smith says that if you want to motivate people, give them skin in the game.

How this CEO used language to get rid of a blame culture

How this CEO used language to get rid of a blame culture

Ella's Kitchen boss Mark Cuddigan says that your choice of words can have a dramatic impact on company culture.

Why this CEO has her customers on speed dial

Why this CEO has her customers on speed dial

Former White Stuff CEO Sally Bailey consulted a customer panel about important decisions.

How to lead a business through a recession

How to lead a business through a recession

When faced with the collapse of his recruitment company, James Reed had to make some difficult decisions.

What private prisons can teach you about innovation

What private prisons can teach you about innovation

High scrutiny and tough regulations mean that prison services have to think out of the box, says Serco's justice and immigration MD.

Leadership without trust will only get you so far

Leadership without trust will only get you so far

When his photo agency was acquired by Getty Images, Lee Martin found he needed to adapt his management style.

Why you're probably wrong about everything

Why you're probably wrong about everything

Leaders suffer from two fatal flaws that affect how we perceive the world around us, says former Ipsos MORI MD Bobby Duffy.

How to fail brilliantly

How to fail brilliantly

Failure comes at a cost, but use it to your advantage says drinks boss Steve Perez.

Why you're never as good a leader as you think you are

Why you're never as good a leader as you think you are

Telecoms CEO and former Sage exec Paul Stobart thought he knew all there was when it came to management, but he was wrong.

What Britain's bosses really think about Brexit

What Britain's bosses really think about Brexit

Departing the EU is not the only issue keeping CEOs up at night.