Brexit has trapped UK in no man’s land with Britain’s economy is trapped in “no man’s land” by Brexit and the next decade could be the weakest for growth since WWII
Interesting facts and comments on the UK economy, leading the following assessment:
“The UK economy will be limping on for a while, until Brexit negotiations are fully resolved. I can see the UK being in this limbo-land for quite a while – certainly until the late 2020s.”
Thomas Cook reporting that travel behaviour is changing in the UK.
Calvert W Jones has written an interesting article in Foreign Affairs about consulting in authoritarian countries – and although focus in the Middle East – it applies to many other countries…and it is not just applicable for strategy consulting. The international development sector suffers from it too.
“Experts are generally willing to speak truth to power at this early point. But problems develop as decision-making advances and experts are asked to evaluate different potential courses of action. Over time, experts learn and then adapt to incentives, rooted in the authoritarian political context, to alter or limit their advice.”
Enjoy the read.
#Leadership #Management #Business #Consulting #Strategy #MiddleEast
UK in a Changing Europe has published a good summary paper on Brexit – 2 years after the A50 process started. Across a broad range of topic areas, it sets out what happened, current status and what is likely to come.