Bill Britten

"Bill Britten"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (7 of 7)
Location: London


Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,016,259 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 7
Ethical Leadership: Creating and Sustaining an Eth&hellip by Andrew Leigh
As the subtitle makes clear, Leigh addresses the subject of ethical leadership squarely from a commercial perspective. This is no do-gooders' manual. Rather he makes a strong case for ethics as a contributing factor to the creation of profit as much as for moral good. In this he's generally pretty sympathetic to the challenges faced by business leaders and is more interested in helping than accusing them.

It's a good overview of a complex landscape and has a lot to offer the concerned business leader (and let's face it, the unconcerned are unlikely to be reading it) in terms of raising awareness of both the growing importance of ethics today and likely future developments. He… Read more
The London Cookbook by Jenny Linford
The London Cookbook by Jenny Linford
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars one to use, 18 Oct 2008
A real antidote to the too-slick Nigella/Gordon coffee table food-porn sort of book, which I imagine people buy to look at but rarely actually cook from. This is inspired by the power food has to bring people together, especially people from diverse cultures and the book captures this beautifully, with photos that feel real and capture the imperfections of real cooking.

It has a homely quality to it and incorporates nice stories by those who've contributed recipes. It's clearly intended as a book meant to end up with food stains and finger marks on the pages. Lovely