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Lynda Gratton to judge Bracken-Bower prize
Lynda Gratton is on the panel of judges for the inaugural Bracken-Bower Prize, which recognises ideas from budding business writers.
Lynda Gratton has been announced as one of four members of the judging panel for the new Bracken-Bower Prize.
Launched by the Financial Times and McKinsey & Company, organisers of the Business Book of the Year Award, the award is aimed at enouraging young authors to tackle emerging business themes and is open to writers under the age of 35.
The prize will be awarded to the best proposal for a book about the challenges and opportunities of growth. Judging the contest along side Lynda will be Vindi Banga, partner, Clayton Dubilier & Rice, Jorma Ollila, chairman, Royal Dutch Shell and Outokumpu, Dame Gail Rebuck, chair, Penguin Random House, UK.
You can find out more about the prize on the Financial Times website.