I have worked in finance for nearly 40 years. I have withstood phycotic managers, overcome multiple business hurdles, survived a major health scare and triumphed as a small firm guy against big vested interests.. but I am pretty sure it will British Railways that will put me in a box. This morning a rant:
UK commuters face a summer of strikes, dismal service, and appalling quality. The failing railways have become a metaphor for bungling bureaucracy and incompetent management across the UK. It’s time for radical change – learn from UK Forces about responsibility and give tactical control back to frontline workers.
Global Supply Chains could be stressed by the boat jammed in the Suez Canal. The lessons from the Pandemic offer an opportunity to rethink Global Infrastructure Spending – and mop up much of the money glut currently funding financial asset inflation!