UK: Phone in with your views on June's questions.

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

One-minute phone box: 0181 914 9394.

This month, we particulary want to hear your views on hierarchy within organisations, attitudes to business rivals and Scottish devolution.

1 Archie Norman, chairman of Asda, recently claimed that the days of hierarchy and deference in organisations are over. Do you agree and why?

2 Businesses can treat their rivals with anything from hostility to healthy respect. What attitude should staff be encouraged to take towards their competitors?

3 There will be an independent Scotland within a decade, former Cable & Wireless chairman and current president of the Institute of Directors Lord Young has said. What do you think?

4 Is there any other subject you would like to see in Management Today?

As always, call our voicemail and give us your contact details, the appropriate question number and a brief summary of your views. All calls are treated in confidence and are charged at normal rates.

If you have strong views on anything that has already been published in Management Today, please write to us at the address on page 22, fax us on 0171 413 4138 or contact us by e-mail at

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