This year, it takes the overall award for Financial Soundness, which with Q3 profits of $7.2bn (more than double 2010’s equivalent figure) it might well. Under CEO Peter Voser, Shell has become exceptionally and predictably profitable. Next year’s nice little earner? Its lucrative new gas-to-liquid processing facility in Qatar is coming on stream.
Finding time, living fearlessly and leading at speed are on this month's boardroom reading list.
The mutual's days have been numbered ever since its 1990s fall from grace. So what does good business look like when growth is no longer an option?
Lessons from a Roman Emperor, a US computer giant and a British bank.
We've made progress when it comes to improving diversity, but the UK's approach to inclusion shows that it just isn't working.
The Sports Direct founder has shown his trademark boldness in acquiring House of Fraser, but does he have the creativity to turn it around, asks Superunion CEO Jim Prior.
There are dangerous consequences of labelling play as unprofessional, say professors Mark Dodgson and David Gann.