Listen to Lucy

Meg Whitman’s lieutenant was ‘disappointed’ with what I’d written. Here is my considered response, says Lucy Kellaway

 

The World Economic Forum’s 36 best quotes are almost all dismal. But the idiots are not the speakers, says Lucy Kellaway.

 

In elite circles it is becoming vulgar to flaunt workaholism and that view may be spreading

 

After reading Punit Renjen’s new year memo, anyone in possession of even a normal IQ would wonder why they were working there, says Lucy Kellaway.

 

My generation couldn’t resist a spoof email but millennials can, says Lucy Kellaway.

 

Many entries in the 2015 Golden Flannel Awards made the flesh creep as well as offending eye and ear, says Lucy Kellaway.

 

Lucy Kellaway unveils a repository for the worst jargon she’s seen over the years — and appeals for fresh examples submitted by readers

 

The fad for presenting your career or company as a ‘story’ has gone too far, says Lucy Kellaway.

 

Just when designers are building better work spaces, people are losing the habit of working in them, writes Lucy Kellaway

 

One problem of getting older is that your self-knowledge goes up but so does your complacency, says Lucy Kellaway