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The economic realities of the energy transition

Tom Legard and Deborah Whitehouse, Partners for Industrial and Infrastructure, hosted an event at which Paul Stein, former Chair of Rolls-Royce Small Modular Reactors and sustainable energy expert, argued persuasively that mature...

HS2: troubled high-speed rail project?

Chris Jones, Principal, Industrial and Transportation Practice, explores whether plans to revolutionise rail travel with a new high-speed network will go ahead or not.

In 2010, there were only about 30 employees working on the...

Housebuilders face a perfect storm in 2023

Chris Jones, Principal, Industrial and Transportation Practice, delves into the nation’s housebuilders – both small and large – who have had a topsy turvy time since 2020 and it has become apparent that 2023 is no more...

Preparing for a zero carbon future: where the technology can deliver

Ian Constance, Chief Executive at the Advanced Propulsion Centre spoke at a recent webinar hosted by Tom Legard, Partner in the Industrial and Infrastructure Practice, on how the automotive industry can meet the challenges of...

In a time of headwinds, aviation needs more automation

Airlines and airports have struggled to fill certain roles after making drastic cutbacks. Automation holds the answer to some of the sector’s problems, says Chris Jones, Principal, Industrial and Transportation.

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A good news update: Lisa lands her dream job

Our Principal Consultant, Business Services, Ross Gordon is delighted by the outpouring of support for the young Ukrainian refugee living with his family, which has seen her secure a great job with Grant Thornton.

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Unions take centre stage: a return of the 1970s?

Ross Gordon, Principal Consultant, Business Services & Life Sciences, says interim industrial relations and corporate affairs expertise can help organisations avoid damaging slip-ups in this tricky new era of unrest.


Preparing for a zero-carbon future in Aerospace

Harry Malins, Chief Innovation Officer at the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), argues that although achieving Net Zero flight by 2050 is an enormous challenge, it is possible.

The topic of a zero-carbon future in aviation...

Green and profitability: are they mutually exclusive?

Chris Jones, Principal, Industrial and Transportation, says companies should treat sustainability as a business opportunity rather than approaching it as another hurdle to overcome.

With COP26 disappearing into the rear-view...

Getting ready for take-off: aviation faces staffing and marketing challenges as travel recovers

Aviation is showing strong signs of recovery after a severe contraction in demand. But making the most of a return to growth means attracting new people to work in the sector and overcoming image problems, says our principal consultant for transportation Chris Jones.

Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future: Addressing Climate Change Through Resource Efficiency with Dr Graham Hillier

For the latest webinar in our popular and topical series “Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future”, we had the pleasure of being joined by Dr Graham Hillier, Strategic Advisor, CPI. A businessman and academic, as well as a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, Graham looks at climate change through the lens of resource efficiency.

Meet our Interims: Insights of a successful Interim CFO with Mike Giles

Tom Legard, Head of the Industrial Practice at Odgers Interim, in conversation with Mike Giles, Interim CFO, about his successful career in interim management, and the challenges and opportunities interims face at present.

A Zero Carbon Future: Green Hydrogen – A Q&A with Graham Cooley

Tom Legard, Partner and Head of the Odgers Interim Energy, Manufacturing & Infrastructure Practice speaks to Graham Cooley, CEO of ITM Power PLC. This follows on from a webinar Graham spoke at earlier this year and answers a...

The future of green hydrogen as a key component for a zero-carbon economy

Tom Legard, Partner and Head of Energy, Manufacturing & Infrastructure Practice at Odgers Interim, discusses the future of green hydrogen and its importance for a zero-carbon economy

Chris Jones features in UK Construction Online: Looking Towards 2021 for UK Construction

Chris Jones, Industrial Consultant for Odgers Interim, discusses what 2021 will look like for the UK construction industry and key areas of focus going into the new year

Chris Jones writes in UK Construction Online: 2020 Shakes Construction to its Foundations

Chris Jones, Industrial Consultant for Odgers Interim, reflects upon the state of the UK construction industry in 2020 looking at how companies rose to the challenges and seized the opportunities presented throughout the year

Chris Jones writes in UK Construction Online: What ONS Figures Mean for UK Construction

Chris Jones, Industrial Consultant for Odgers Interim, discusses what the latest ONS figures from May this year reveal on the current and future state of the construction industry.

Going dark: how manufacturing will evolve over the next decade

Tom Legard, Partner and Head of our Industrial Practice, explains why the introduction of so-called ‘dark factories’ are closer than you might think

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