The Financial Times launches a refreshed Executive Appointments section today under new editor Carola Hoyos. The Thursday supplement, a leading recruitment channel for executive level positions in both the private and public sectors, introduces new columns with a focus on recruitment, human resources issues, and non-executive leadership.
Entrepreneur Mrs Moneypenny takes a fresh look at recruitment and organisational behaviour. Her weekly column will appear in print and on www.ft.com/recruit and when it is about women also on the FT’s Women In Business page.
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The Financial Times is delighted to announce that McKinsey & Company will be the official partner of the Business Book of the Year Award from 2014. The Award, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, is now well established as the pre-eminent business book prize and attracts over 250 entries annually. The £30,000 Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award will go to the title that is judged to have provided ‘the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues’. Each of the other finalists will receive a £10,000 award.