Does the International Monetary Fund need the healing touch of a woman boss? Lesley Curwen talks to Professor Ken Rogoff, former IMF chief economist. Does its new head need to be both the best person for the job and a woman from an emerging economy?
Plus, the new commodity entrepreneurs who need private jets to fly off the main airline routes to visit their investments. We hear from Thomas Flohr, founder and chairman of the private jet operator Vistajet.
And our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times takes bosses to task about their failures in saying thank you.