In Business: Driverless Cars08/02/15
Peter Day investigates a future of driverless cars - how soon will it come?
Global Business: What’s Ailing Argentina
Businesses in Argentina say they suffer from too much red tape, rampant inflation and import restrictions. Middle class Buenos Aires residents say the cost of everyday goods in supermarkets makes life difficult. Peter Day hears from business leaders...
In Business: Circular Economy
As Dame Ellen MacArthur circumnavigated the globe she got first-hand knowledge of the finite nature of the world's resources. When she retired from sailing she created a foundation to promote the concept of a 'Circular Economy' - where resources are...
Global Business: Second Curve
Business commentator and social philosopher Charles Handy speaks to Peter Day about his new book, The Second Curve, and asks if we should all plan on reinventing ourselves in later life to take advantage of new trends, innovations and ideas that will...
In Business: Blank Screens
The Information Technology department used to be a mysterious backroom operation, but has become the vital component of a successful company. With relentless technical developments businesses are facing a constant risk of their computer systems being...
In Business: The Freelance Economy/Micros
The growing freelance and micro-business economy is explored by Peter Day. Why are so many people setting up on their own and will it be a decision they'll come to regret?
Innovation is hard work, says the British-born author and entrepreneur Kevin Ashton. He was a pioneer of what is now called the Internet of Things, adding communications ability to millions of objects through his insightful work with sensors.
Global Business: Shake Up Your Company
Peter Day talks to Gary Hamel, one of the best known management gurus in the world.
Global Business: The Circular Economy
Peter Day talks with the record breaking yachtswoman, Ellen MacArthur, and Unilever CEO, Paul Polman, about their work promoting the circular economy – where resources are reused and waste reduced to zero and asks how businesses can put these ideas...
In Business: Ttip: The world's biggest trade deal
Ttip: Peter Day asks how the world's biggest trade deal, currently being negotiated between the US and the EU, may effect business, employment, the environment and democracy.
In Business: Money Making
Peter Day explores the future of money and payments and asks how "cashless" we may become.
In Business: Meet the Vloggers
Peter Day meets the vloggers who start off making videos in their bedroom and end up being courted by big brands. Can these new relationships disrupt the old ways of marketing?
In Business: 21st Century Unlimited
New ways of doing business are making people think hard about how companies function. Peter Day hears how these alternative economies work, and what they might do.
Global Business: Cabin Fever
Up in the air stuck in a metal tube for hours, can flying ever be a nice experience? Peter Day meets a clutch of British based experts trying to improve the way the world flies.
In Business: Kindness Revisited
Random acts of kindness can help businesses grow in surprising ways. Peter Day talks with one woman who tells how the generosity of others made all the difference to her company.
In Business: For Ever and Ever
Britain's cathedrals have defined the landscape for centuries but what's their role today? Peter Day hears about the business of running some of the country's most famous places.
On last week’s Global Business from the Drucker Forum we heard grim predictions for the future from management experts. This week we hear some younger, more optimistic voices.
In Business: Cabin Fever
Up in the air stuck in a metal tube for hours, can flying ever be a nice experience? Peter Day meets a clutch of British-based experts trying to improve the way the world flies.
Can We Manage?
Peter Day asks leading experts at the Drucker Forum how we can get out of the mess caused by the 2008 financial crisis and whether Capitalism is at breaking point.
In Business: A Tale of Two Sanctions
Peter Day talks to companies affected by economic sanctions imposed against Russia, and by retaliatory sanctions imposed by Russia, and asks how they cope.
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