Posts:March 2012, Culture and Trends

Writer or Collaborator? The Cookbook Wars Heat Up.

by Tom Barritt| March 26, 2012

New York Times food writer Julia Moskin’s recollections of her early career as a cookbook “ghost writer” ignited a rolling boil of a controversy in the professional food world. Those two little words had the combustible effect of splashing water on a kitchen grease fire.   Food luminaries from Rachael Ray to Gwyneth Paltrow took to […]

2012 – The Year of (Well Communicated) Leadership?

by Rod Cartwright| March 6, 2012

Casting an eye back over a hugely uncertain and unpredictable 2011, one thing really stood out – a fundamental questioning of leaders and leadership, be it in the realm of politics, business or religion. After all, 2011 was the year of the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, Spain’s Indignados, the London riots, unrest in Greece […]