January 14th 2014

Progress – Issue 1 (Full Edition)

Welcome to our new e-magazine – Progress – which was launched to assist in the development of your role, to support your career and broaden your awareness of the changing business environment we all operate within.

This inaugural edition includes contributions from renowned academics Pat Wright, University of South Carolina and Ed Lawler, University of Southern California, highly-respected economists Robin Bew and Simon Baptist, Economist Intelligence Unit, prominent journalist Anthony HiltonEvening Standard and best-selling author and Dean of Sheffield Medical School, Dr. Steve Peters.

We hope you find Progress to be provocative, insightful and stimulating.

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