This is a transcript of a second broadcast interview of UK economist Ed Smythe by the USA’s Real News Network GREGORY WILPERT: Welcome to the Real News Network. I’m Gregory Wilpert, joining you from Quito, Ecuador. The Bank of England has raised interest rates in the UK for the first time in a decade. The …
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Books – Our ‘Productivity’ trilogy
- A selection of views on productivity matters from business heavyweights
- ISBN 978-1-910693-60-5
- Over 1,000 quotes from the ‘great and good’, some amusing, some controversial
- ISBN 978-1-910693-72-8
- The basic knowhow managers need to make big productivity improvements at any level
- ISBN 978-1-911113-72-0
- CV-19 provides a giant leap for creative destruction
- Long-term planning for remote work
- Ridding ourselves of the productivity fetish will help us combat climate change
- The ‘Circular Economy’ to boost national productivity
- Academics to boost productivity growth and level-up living standards
- COVID brings productivity into sharp focus
- How much does bad management really cost the UK?
- The Occam’s Razor Of Productivity
- Are You Leading Through the Crisis … or Managing the Response?
- Are office clusters as crucial to productivity as they once were?
- How Fed Policy Is Wrecking the Economy
- How to reverse the productivity slowdown
- How a Fully Distributed Company Keeps Its Team Engaged
- Next CBI boss finds ray of hope in coronavirus crisis
- Can COVID-19 solve the UK productivity puzzle?
- Tolerance is good for all
- Dramatically improve customer service so as to cut costs
- Why working from home is bad for productivity
- CBI a closed-shop for McKinsey alumni?
- 5 Questions About China That Boards Should Be Asking Right Now
- Chinese Companies’ Response to Covid-19
- Covid-19 kickstarts gigification of knowledge work
- Rebuilding the Economy Around Good Jobs
- Will companies shift from China to India?
- A clear vision for the post-crisis future?
- FILE – Productivity, Credit and Debt
- The post-pandemic world?
- How to make ‘remote work’ more productive
- Pandemic offers a productivity boost?
- Coronavirus statistics: what can we trust?
- Coaching Your Team Through Uncertain Times
- It’s output results, not input hours, that matter
- Office productivity
- A shorter work week?
- Steve Jobs’ advice on becoming more productive Is quite brilliant
- M/S says “Remote working is here for good”
- Will the Pandemic make us more productive?
- How to boost office productivity
- The economic impact of CV-19?
- CV-19 kick starts new mentalist era
- Covid -19 should make ‘working from home’ the norm
- A pandemic positive!
- Financial data can be ‘dangerously misleading’
- Important trends for SME productivity
- Capitalism or Communism?
- Universal Credit conflicts
- Following the wrong stars?
- Mavericks don’t fit straitjackets
- Piketty tackles inequality
- Inherited inequality
- Process productivity decided by humans
- BIF drains, not lines, national coffers
- The puzzle to persist?
- Billionaires reveal their secrets
- AI promises huge productivity gains for financial services
- 2020 foresight for fossil-free energy
- Wasted time at school
- Productivity crisis fixed?
- More recognition of ‘consumer surpli’
- Wasting time is not wasted time
- National inputs also ‘seriously flawed’
- At last, official recognition of the ‘GDP gap’
- New UK ‘Productivity Institute’
- Productivity stagnant despite global stimulus
- A National ‘Balanced Scorecard’
- Beware ‘snooptech’
- BoE powerless in UK productivity crisis
- Three Factors Of Successful Companies
- Organisation productivity measurement
- Mentalism overtaking Materialism