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  • A Well-Spring of Wisdom

    Public concern about ethics in business and the professions is very high. However, ‘solutions’ so far have only appeared in the forms of codes of ethics, or processes and systems designed to ‘follow the law’. In this article, Professor Atul Shah draws on his personal experience and research to explain how examining the Jain culture can provide wisdom to sustainable living practices. 

  • 5 No-Nonsense Strategies To Deal With Toxic Employees

    Toxic employees not only get under our skin, but also erode the financial worth of any organization. In one study it was discovered that a whopping 94% of over 400 leaders reported dealing with the devastation caused by these chameleons who “knock down but kiss up.” In Why I Don’t Work Here Anymore, Mitchell Kusy presents the proactive solutions to prevent these individuals from ever entering your organization, along with the reactive ways to deal with them once they’re there.

  • November Author of the Month: Stephen Bailey

    We are very pleased to announce that our Routledge Education November Author of the Month is Stephen Bailey! Stephen is the author of our bestselling Academic Writing textbook, the fifth edition of which, will be publishing on 14th December. What motivated him to write this textbook? How does this book differ from other books on the market? Read our exclusive interview with Stephen below to find out!

  • How Do You Engage, Involve and Motivate Employees?

    Leaders must cultivate learning environments and develop the shared values that serve as the foundation for dynamic culture. Authors Janis Allen and Mike McCarthy published a book called How to Engage, Involve, and Motivate Employees: Building a Culture of Lean Leadership and Two-Way Communication that shows just how important it is to motivate and excite employees to take ownership of their roles. 

  • Age of Agility

    While the need for agility is not limited to leaders, neither is it new. Leaders have always had to quickly adjust to circumstances to be effective. Central to all these theories is the Darwinian idea of ‘fit’ – leaders must be aligned with their environment and must evolve along with it.

  • 5 Steps to Build Trust

    Conversational Intelligence is our hardwired ability for understanding how to create cultures of trust. While it may take many steps over several months to restore lost trust, we can start now by taking the five steps outlined in my TRUST Model.

  • Leading in a Crisis

    Since one of the biggest cyber breaches in history, a staggering 143 million consumers have had their private, sensitive data exposed by hackers, and the response from Equifax has been anemic to say the least. Immediately after the breach was revealed, Equifax shares plummeted by 30 percent. While the share price has bounced back, it is a long way from where it was. 

  • Friday Forum

    Finally Friday! Check out what our business writers are discussing this week!

  • Friday Forum

    Fall is here so snuggle up with our latest articles, podcasts, and videos featuring our business writers! 

  • Friday Forum

    Fall into a new routine by checking out the new articles and podcast our business writers have written!

  • Routledge Tourism Titles

    We are pleased to share with you our latest Routledge Tourism Textbook titles from 2016 - Mid 2018.

    Lecturers are welcome to request inspection copies if you are teaching a relevant course.

  • Which World Music Survey Textbook Should You Choose for Your Course?

    The market for world music survey introductory textbooks is huge--we know this. Even our own selection of titles can seem overwhelming to instructors who are looking for the right fit for their course, but don't know where to start.

    We've decided to take some of the hard-work away by laying out the framework for each of our world music texts: organization, writing style, distinguishing feature, and ancillaries. Now you'll know which book will fit your course criteria before you even receive a copy!