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Posted on 25 March 2015

Lynda Gratton is honoured to have been included in the 100 Women to Watch 2015 listing from Cranfield University.  This year’s list includes women who hold senior executive roles in FTSE 250 firms and other significant organizationssuch as (but not exclusively) large non-listed companies, major charities, professional services firms, educationalinstitutions and NHS Trusts.  Click here to read the full list.

Posted on 20 March 2015

This week, Lynda Gratton sat down with the BBC's Bridget Kendall as part of The Forum to discuss how we will manage work and people in the future. Lynda was joined by robotics expert Ken Goldberg, and the head of Harvard’s South Asia Institute Tarun Khanna. The programme is available on iPlayer at the moment, so click here to listen.

Posted on 10 February 2015

We're thrilled to announce that Lynda's book, The Key, won the CMI Management Book of the Year - Management Futures Award. The award is given to the entry that offers a valuable insight into the future of management, providing current and aspiring managers with the skills or knowledge to support them in the workplace of the future. You can read more about the CMI Awards here. And you can watch a video of the award below:    

Posted on 16 January 2015

Lynda's latest blog analyses the possible future of HR. Of all the functions, she says, HR is the guardian of the future and the most influential in transforming culture. And transforming a company's culture is often a necessary prerequisite for leveraging collaborative technologies in a meaningful and lasting way. We'll be looking at the Future of HR later in the year, but in the meantime, you can read Lynda's blog here.

Posted on 8 December 2014

Lynda's book The Key has been ranked 10th in the Best Managent Book award, as voted for by the readers of the Japanese edition of Harvard Business Review. You can read more about the award here: http://www.dhbr.net/articles/-/2990 Other non-Japanese books in the top 10 were: "How Google Works" by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg, "Give and Take" by Adam M. Grant, and "Zero to One" by Peter Thiel. Good company indeed!

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