Magazine article Management Today

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Magazine article Management Today

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MICHAEL PEEL - Peel, who wrote our piece on Nigeria, spent three years in Lagos. Unfazed by its reputation as a crime hotspot, he found the city more sociable than London. 'You can be buying a 7Up from a roadside cafe and the guy tells you what's wrong with the government That wouldn't happen at your Tesco Metro.'

JENNIFER HARRIS - Harris certainly identifies with the Semmelweiss Effect investigated in her 'Why business is like ...' column for Brainfood. When not penning articles for MT, she is engaged by the likes of Aviva and Universal Music to develop ideas and bring them to life: 'It's making things happen that is the real challenge.'

IAN WYLIE - Born in Ireland, educated in Scotland, trained in London and now living with his wife, three kids and dog in the north of England, Wylie - who compiled this month's regional report - has only Wales left to tick off his list. 'Mae lle da i ymddeol, efallai,' he reckons. …

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