Listen to Lucy

Interruptions help cut short boring discussions. So instead of making men interrupt less, women should be made to do it more, argues Lucy Kellaway.

 

The main difference between yes and no is that one is easy and the other hard, says Lucy Kellaway

 

It was wrong to punish someone who tried to get his colleagues to write text that people might conceivably want to read, says Lucy Kellaway

 

The tables are turning on Ikea and the fashion for Skandi tat, says Lucy Kellaway. Image credit: Chris Tosic

 

Voice bot Experimental Amy might represent serious competition if what she produced was halfway decent, but it isn’t, says Lucy Kellaway

 

Modern fiftysomethings are perky, well-rested and free from domestic ties, says Lucy Kellaway

 

Abbott’s difficulty with a simple sum is evidence of a troubling assumption, says Lucy Kellaway

 

‘Breakthrough’ is so stale it makes me almost feel sorry for the author, says Lucy Kellaway. Image credit: Chris Tosic

 

Good intentions led to a tour de force of clangers, says Lucy Kellaway. Picture credit: Chris Tosic

 

Expensive ‘holistic’ leadership programmes do not solve anything, says Lucy Kellaway