Previously printed editions of 360° – The Ashridge journal

360° brings together Ashridge’s latest thinking and research.

Until 2013, 360° was primarily a printed journal and these previous editions can be viewed in PDF format here.

Alternatively you can view the latest edition online.

Montage of 360 back issues

 

 

Winter 2013-2014

Winter 2013-2014

Main Feature:

Leadership lessons from the high seas

Also in this volume:

  • The tone from the top
  • Why organisations need steward leaders
  • Ashridge’s leadership development work with FrieslandCampina
  • The changing role of leadership

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Summer 2013

Summer 2013

Main Feature:

The Power-of-One: Towards the new integrated organisation

Also in this volume:

  • Qualifying online
  • So what do Strategy Practitioners actually do?
  • Leading complex projects: Learning through Action Research
  • Working strategically with talent

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Autumn 2012

Autumn 2012

Main Feature:

Mutual trust is essential for successful organisational change

Also in this volume:

  • Do Something Different to create sustainable culture
  • Women in business
  • Leadership experiment in the UAE
  • Can you afford not to take employee wellbeing seriously?

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Spring 2012

Spring 2012

Main Feature:

To succeed in China – first understand the culture

Also in this volume:

  • Mobile learning in executive education
  • Sustainability As Usual
  • Enhancing the transfer of learning
  • The Live Case Method for the development of senior leaders

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Summer 2011

Summer 2011

Main Feature:

Sustainability as a learning challenge

Also in this volume:

  • Research overview
  • Developing your strategic capability
  • Changing the social fabric of organisations
  • Relational talent management
  • Perspectives: Management, leadership – and command

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Spring 2011

Spring 2011

Main Feature:

Influencing: The key to successful business relationships

Also in this volume:

  • Classroom 2.0: The future of education?
  • Evaluation of management development programmes
  • Does more pay equal higher performance?
  • The value of meditation in management development

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Summer 2010

Summer 2010

Main Feature:

How effective is leadership development?

Also in this volume:

  • Bridging the disciplines of strategy and finance
  • Towards a relational leadership framework
  • Developing consultants and leaders of change
  • Perspectives: Getting L&D into your DNA

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Winter 2009-2010

Winter 2009-2010

Main Feature:

Designing high-impact learning: Translating research into practice

Also in this volume:

  • Experiencing leadership
  • Aligning virtual learning with business need
  • Developing leaders for a world of uncertainty,
  • complexity and ambiguity
  • Generation Y and learning

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Spring 2009

Spring 2009

Main Feature:

Think again: the red flag conditions that can lead to bad decisions

Also in this volume:

  • A role for business at the bottom of the pyramid
  • Leadership skills for the 21st century
  • Effective executive transitions
  • The wake-up call for sleepy managers

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Autumn 2008

Autumn 2008

Main Feature:

Competitive spirit in public sector management

Also in this volume:

  • Developing leaders for the Responsive State
  • Talent management in the public sector
  • The public sector in an age of convergence
  • Key challenges facing public sector leaders
  • Are they being served?

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Spring 2008

Spring 2008

Main Feature:

Generic strategies: a substitute for thinking?

Also in this volume:

  • From goldfish to elephant – make your MARC
  • The economic impact of private equity
  • Exclusive workplace systems
  • Leadership for sustainable organisations
  • Forget ‘buy-in’ – try engaged participation

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Autumn 2007

Autumn 2007

Main Feature:

Strategic leadership in the media industry

Also in this volume:

  • The transformation of food consumption
  • Mastering the power zone
  • Removing your decision making blinkers
  • Living in uncertain times
  • Perspectives: Can’t Manage/Won’t Manage

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Spring 2007

Spring 2007

Main Feature:

Talent management: a strategic imperative

Also in this volume:

  • Perceptions are not always reality
  • Organising for new growth
  • Leading in the moment
  • Rethinking business risk
  • Perspectives: Happiness – a primary source of effective leadership

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Autumn 2006

Autumn 2006

Main Feature:

Leading virtual teams: mastering the challenge

Also in this volume:

  • Customer satisfaction strategy
  • Fearless listening
  • The organisation's path to successful expatriation
  • Organisational spirituality – away with the fairies?
  • Strategy as relationship

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Spring 2006

Spring 2006

Main Feature:

Smarter pricing

Also in this volume:

  • Organisational collaboration
  • Called to account – the UK Freedom of Information Act
  • Teams today – taking the strain
  • Critical success in e-learning: the human factor
  • Snakes and Ladders: successful cross-cultural adjustment

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Autumn 2005

Autumn 2005

Main Feature:

Pursuit of the Holy Grail?
Measuring ROI in executive education

Also in this volume:

  • Mission Leadership – the missing link
  • Learn to walk before we run
  • Going for gold: wait on amber
  • Leadership coaching creates everyday miracles
  • Achieving Fair Value

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Spring 2005

Spring 2005

Main Feature:

Jumping off the service excellence bandwagon

Also in this volume:

  • Quest for the European leader
  • What a difference a decade makes
  • Keeping the customer satisfied
  • Organisational games
  • Making Corporate Responsibility work
  • If I knew then what I know now

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Autumn 2004

Autumn 2004

Main Feature:

Corporate venturing

Also in this volume:

  • Battling the price chasm
  • Working where the buck stops
  • The great M&A gamble
  • The consulting process as drama
  • Three financial cultures

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