Why a 1000-year-old English flour mill should be a case study for Harvard Business School

by Rashmee

Posted on May 3, 2020


When this is all over, Sturminster Newton flour mill in Dorset, England, should be a case study for Harvard Business School. The mill, which originally predated the 1066 Norman Conquest and was rebuilt in the 16th century, ceased commercial milling half-a-century ago and become a museum piece. But now it is back to commercial production … Continue reading “Why a 1000-year-old English flour mill should be a case study for Harvard Business School”

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Ivanka Trump is a prose poet of jargon. Remember ‘architecting’?

by Rashmee

Posted on December 2, 2019


I was reading Andrew Hill’s excellent piece in the FT about the business jargon that rather clouded corporate thought at the recent Global Peter Drucker Forum in Vienna and suddenly remembered Ivanka Trump. In fact it was a word that the US president’s eldest daughter had used that I remembered. “Architecting,” Ms Trump wrote in her 2017 … Continue reading “Ivanka Trump is a prose poet of jargon. Remember ‘architecting’?”

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Rashmee has lived and worked in several countries in the past decade, including Afghanistan, India, Haiti, Tunisia, the UAE, US and UK