Contributor: Mike Johnson
Mike Johnson, Managing Partner, Johnson & Associates
Mike Johnson is one of Europe's leading commentators and researchers on the future of work, talent management, organisational development and corporate communications.
He is the managing partner of Johnson & Associates, a consulting firm he founded in 1982 in Brussels and London, following a career in business journalism and corporate communications for multinational corporations. The author of ten books on business and management issues, he has developed a series of world-of-work studies for the Financial Times and The Economist as well as more than 100 global and Europe-wide studies for many international corporations and institutions.
Mike's most recent books are Winning the People Wars (2001) and Talent Magnet (2002), both published by the Financial Times and The New Rules of Engagement (2004) published by the CIPD. His latest book Smarter Consulting: how to start up and succeed as an independent consultant, published by the Financial Times.
What happens when corporate values operate without strong leadership? Mike Johnson and Chris Roebuck look at how company heads need to step up to the challenge of becoming true business leaders...
Real business networks are personal and need to be available 24/7. Here, in a specially adapted extract of his new Financial Times book, Smarter Consulting, author Mike Johnson explains why...