Again, this is just a sample of my work. There is much more, extending back twenty years. There are also a couple of examples here of my more recent work for Times Higher Education. I have, however, focused more on the financial work in recent years. 

Everything’s For Sale” (Deutsche Bank “Buys” Professors), Times Higher Educational Supplement, 16th June, 2011.

Trips and Falls of the Tongue” (German Academic English), Times Higher Education, 21st October, 2010.

Move Up, Move On or Drop Out” (Academic Demotivation), Times Higher Education, 15th July 2010.

The Penalty For Not Doing Your Homework” (Some problems in B2B marketing), Telegraph, 18th July 2008.

Beware Becoming a Prisoner in Your Organisation” (Path Dependency in Management), Telegraph, 13th June, 2008.

Germans Get Little from Having Banks on Board” (Banks on the Boards of Non-Financial Companies), Telegraph, 6th June, 2008.

Sacre Bleu… Citroën Turns to Wagner” (Citroën’s Germanic Advertising), Telegraph, 24th May, 2008.

Subsidiaries Should Be Seen and Heard by HQ” (Headquarters-subsidiary relationships), Telegraph, April 10th, 2008.

How Employees Can Help Turn a Company Around”, Telegraph, 21st March, 2008.

Targets Are Often More Trouble Than They Are Worth” (Management Without Objectives), Telegraph, 16th March, 2007.

It’s No Good Arriving Too Late – Or Too Early” –  (The Timing of Innovations), Telegraph, 27th Feb 22nd, 2008.

Why Clarity Must Begin At Home To Reign In Costs” (Optimal Use of Management Consultants), Telegraph, 9th February, 2008.

Secrets Behind a Business Marriage Made in Heaven” (Supply chain optimisation), Telegraph, 12th October, 2007.

Beware of Boss’s Jekyll & Hyde Side” (How normal managers mutate into ones with personality disorders),  Telegraph, 25th September, 2007.

Manufacturers Look Beyond Nuts and Bolts” (Services in Manufacturing), Telegraph, 21st September, 2001.

Don’t Set the Trends, Catch the Coat-Tails” (Adaptation is more profitable than innovation), Telegraph, 16th August, 2007.

German Bosses Aren’t Known for Good Speeches”, Telegraph, 13th July, 2007.

In Defence of Germany’s Economic ‘Dinosaur’ ”, (The Coderermination Dilemma) Telegraph, 24th May, 2007.

Why Straight-Talking is Essential for Any Mission” (Flawed German Mission Statements), Telegraph 22nd March, 2007.

Neuroeconomics and the Science of Investing Fear”,, March 5th, 2007.

It’s Official: Greed is Not Good and You Can’t Have It All”, (Going for Profitability Rather Than Market Share), Telegraph, 18th January, 2007.

All for One and One for All”, (Collective Decision Making), Telegraph, 5th October, 2006.

Using Logic to Examine Risk”,, September 12th, 2006.

Always Look on the Bright Side With Your Boss”, (Be Nice to the Boss), Telegraph, 7th September, 2006.

Are Coaches Charlatans or White Knights?”, Telegraph, 29th June 2006.