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Stefan Stern has been writing about business, leadership and management for almost three decades. His career has taken in stints at the BBC, Management Today magazine and the Financial Times, where he was the management columnist between 2006 and 2010. Until April 2018 he was director of the High Pay Centre, a think-tank dedicated to the study of top salaries and remuneration.
He is a regular contributor to The Guardian, Financial Times and other titles, and is a frequent broadcaster. Stefan was appointed Visiting Professor in Management Practice at Cass Business School, City University, London in 2010. He is a fellow of the RSA.
Stefan is the author with Prof Cary Cooper of Myths of Management: what people get wrong about being the boss, published by Kogan Page, October 2017. How To Be A Better Leader is published by Pan Macmillan (Bluebird) in March 2019. The book highlights what good and bad leadership looks like, investigates how we can get nearer to true equality in the workplace, and examines the language of great leaders such as Jeff Bezos, Winston Churchill, Indra Nooyi, and Rosa Parks.
Stefan speaks eloquently on how the world of work is likely to change in the future: of what the increased use of automation, digital transformation, and artificial intelligence will mean for us all, and how we will make a living in a world of robots. How will the reality of the new world of work change business, society, our lives, and how will we deal with it?
Myths of Management is published by Kogan Page
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