Biography of the Author Andrew Hill

Andrew Hill

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  1. A man tired from working in the office. (Photo: Pixabay)

    Commentary: Do you manage upwards well? Do you say no to your boss?

    There are creative ways that managers can use to manage leadership priorities and demanding, new goals, says the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.
  2. Shut up and get lost - advice for outgoing chief executives

    Commentary: Shut up and get lost - advice for outgoing chief executives

    'The last thing your successor needs is the CEO’s ghost hanging around to act as the lightning rod for any disaffected opponents of change.'
  3. offices night time

    Commentary: China's protest against long working hours is so old-fashioned

    China's anti-996 campaign is quaint in a world increasingly embracing working at all times of the day, says Financial Times' Andrew Hill.
  4. A Grab motor driver is seen in a street in Jakarta

    Commentary: The untold trade-off as a freelancer, when work is not work but 'opportunity'

    One former Olympic cyclist's fight to prove her work is more than just a hobby exposes the harsh realities behind gig work, Financial Times' ...
  5. A man talking to his colleague.

    Commentary: Favouritism an office vice that will never disappear

    Leaders persist in offering preferment to people who are most like them, says the Financial Times' Andrew Hill.
  6. Mahabis slippers.

    Commentary: How the other shoe dropped, the collapse of one indoor slipper empire

    Founder Ankur Shah should perhaps have taken his own advice and put his feet up, says Andrew Hill.
  7. Singapore workers-raffles

    Commentary: Should you get to decide what you are paid?

    Publishing employees salaries, or allowing people to set their own wages, offers intriguing insights into what motivates us at work, says the ...
  8. Does it seem like every other executive is a management consultant?

    Commentary: Do we really need consultants when most of the world rarely use them?

    There are other ways of gaining expertise than developing an addiction to consulting, says one author.
  9. man, worker, employee walking carrying a briefcase

    Commentary: Prepare to tell long-serving bosses their time is up

    There comes a time when almost every leader starts to become complacent, says one observer at the Financial Times.
  10. Daniel Ricciardo shows his hand tattooed with the number 3 and his tattoos on the thigh at the

    Commentary: Why millennials are uncovering tattoos at work

    Evidence seems to be growing that body art is not as much of a hurdle to employment as it was once thought to be, says one observer from the ...