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Fatherhood is no degree in management
Lucy Kellaway says lessons learnt from family life can pay off at work
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Why I’m proud to have no Klout
Lucy Kellaway says it is a nonsense to boil down something as qualitative as influence into a single number
Marriages and jobs require work and love
When it comes to the quest for the perfect match, it helps to keep your expectations real, says Lucy Kellaway
Time-wasting tips have wasted my time
Lucy Kellaway finds that apparently a game of ‘Angry Birds’ is good for us
New workers want the same things we did
The world of work is supposed to have changed beyond recognition since I started out on a bank's graduate training...
Embrace the network effect
Lucy Kellaway says alumni connections are not a problem at all – in fact they are a thoroughly good thing.
The question with interviews is why we bother
Study after study shows an interview is not much better than picking people at random.
A rifle through my colleagues’ drawers
Lucy Kellaway says it’s not just the objects that are telling – it’s the juxtaposition
For creativity, forget the funky office
With design so overbearing at Google’s London HQ, the individual can’t get a look in, says the FT's Lucy Kellaway.
Road test CEOs to avoid corporate crashes
Lucy Kellaway says that top executives should take an annual hubris test
Why I’m inspired by the veteran Cosmo girl
Lucy Kellaway discovers that Helen Gurley Brown had a great deal of exceedingly sensible, realistic things to say...
Jobs, motherhood and varieties of wrong
The FT's Lucy Kellaway says that there is no balance. It’s a continuous, fluid game of survival, the rules of which...
Why do we believe we get what we pay for?
More expensive does not necessarily mean better, says Lucy Kellaway.
Burberry chief’s top mix of brand and bunkum
The FT's Lucy Kellaway says that Angela Ahrendts’ language meets the most important criterion for jargon – it is...
Ball boys demonstrate power of training
Wimbledon’s teenage volunteer training has produced strong results, says Lucy Kellaway
Don’t aim for the top unless you feel lucky
We can study Bill Gates all we like but we’re not going to end up where he is, says the FT's Lucy Kellaway
Manual work holds the key to spiritual bliss
Upholstery has shown Lucy Kellaway that losing yourself is a far better idea than finding yourself
A dose of dullness is good for business
Being boring is no barrier to great leadership, says the FT's Lucy Kellaway
Small mistakes attract the biggest trouble
Lucy Kellaway on why smart people will always make stupid errors
Beware the wild management consultants
The story of Bain and the buffalo makes one question business travel says Lucy Kellaway
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