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Welcome to Devonshire House Best Reads

“We think that what we are collecting is well worth drawing to your attention – and you might want to allocate some of your precious time to read what we publish here – which is material contributed by Members, Friends, Partners or Sponsors of Devonshire House – and all about Management and Leadership – and in many ways reflecting.. …an instinctive focus on the human side of enterprise. of Devonshire House.

We hope you enjoy reading our selections!  Please do submit to us any comments that you may have – for or against – or comments that you think others might be interested in.  We’re at Also if you want to get in touch with the author, contact us and we’ll put you in touch.”

Below are our latest articles in date order for you to browse through.

Notes from the editor

We are keen to expand the amount of material we publish on this section of the Devonshire House website.  Watch this box for new announcements.

Who’s afraid of the HBR?
An introduction to Companionism

Charles Russam Introduces Best Reads Below

Contributing Authors

Here is a list of our Best Reads Authors which are linked to their own profile and article pages.

Professor Robin Stuart-Kotze

Robin Stuart-Kotze

Professor Robin Stuart-Kotze, BA, MBA, PhD, is Chairman of Behavioural Science Systems Ltd. His former executive roles include Senior Vice-President Central Capital Corporation and President of BGH Central Atlantic. He has consulted globally at senior levels with companies such as […]

Madoc Batcup

Madoc Batcup

Madoc is Managing Director of Synaps Limited, international corporate development advisors, a City-based advisory firm which specialises in providing strategic, management, business and funding advice to a wide variety of sectors including the construction, energy engineering and agricultural industries and […]

Devonshire House Network Ltd publishes material under DHN Best Reads and submitted by our Stakeholders in good faith. The material represents the broadest range of management thinking – reflecting an instinctive focus on the human side of enterprise. We are keen to publish any material from our stakeholder that, in our view, conforms to this statement and is legal, decent and honest. We would not publish any other type of material. Devonshire House accepts no responsibility of any loss or damage that might arise from action taken from any reliance from any of this material.