Andrew Kakabadse

Professor Andrew Kakabadse is an internationally renowned expert on boards, top team management and leadership. A professor of governance and strategic leadership at Henley Business School, he is currently working on a major global study of boardroom effectiveness and governance practice.

Latest Articles by Andrew Kakabadse

  1. AI thinker

    18 May, 2022

    AI decision-making presents new ethical risks

    Businesses are allowing artificial intelligence to make decisions that need a human touch. Boards must balance the risks and benefits.

  1. Employees meeting in the workplace

    31 March, 2022

    Meaning at work: the value of workplace rituals

    Many workers are struggling to find inspiration and purpose post-pandemic. Leaders must nurture workforce rituals that create meaning.

  1. Businessman looks at green graph showing growth

    21 December, 2021

    Financial reporting must show real impact—and costs—of ESG activities

    To make ESG activities meaningful, IFRS and GAAP should feature data that is relevant to long-term corporate and societal value creation.

  1. Businessman looking at stormy sky

    18 October, 2021

    The storm before the calm: how boards can make better decisions

    Behind every apparently calm surface lies a mass of board member interests, beliefs and emotions. How these conflicts can be managed?

  1. Chair overlooking the city

    27 September, 2021

    The hot seat: how chairs shape a positive board culture

    A chair’s real skill lies in their ability to engage with and earn the respect of the board without having to overtly exercise power.