The Great Debate UK

from Davos Notebook:

Women on top — more quotas, please

By Anya Schiffrin
January 30, 2011

I was in the lobby of the Steigenberg Belvedere waiting for my husband yesterday but there was nowhere to sit. Looking around I saw a Davos Wife  resting on a crowded stairway. I joined her and, of course, we struck up a conversation about Women at Davos. I could tell by her comfy snow boots she had been coming for years.

from Davos Notebook:

Shared norms, soccer pundits and dealing with the ‘New Reality’

By Guest Contributor
January 26, 2011

-- Mark Kobayashi-Hillary is the author of several books, including ‘Who Moved my Job?’ and ‘Global Services: Moving to a Level Playing Field’. The opinions expressed are his own. --

from Davos Notebook:

Davos fails to grab the attention of angry protesters

January 23, 2011

The days when anti-capitalist protesters could rampage through Switzerland's financial capital Zurich in rage at the Davos talkfest 100 miles (150 km) to the east are long gone.

from Davos Notebook:

What Davos can learn from BP

By Guest Contributor
January 20, 2011

OILSPILL-BP/COMMISSION

By Christine Bader, who worked for BP from 1999-2008. The opinions expressed are her own.

from Davos Notebook:

Is Davos really a zoo?

By Reuters Staff
January 18, 2011

Watch Reuters Global Editor at Large Chrystia Freeland and Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon debate the utility of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting at Davos and trade memories about their experiences at Davos over the years.

from Davos Notebook:

Celebrities and handshakes – is the WEF really working?

By Guest Contributor
January 14, 2011

-Mark Kobayashi-Hillary is a British author, blogger, and advisor on technology, globalisation and corporate change, based in São Paulo, Brazil. The opinions expressed are his own.-