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Lucy Kellaway is an Associate Editor and management columnist of the FT. For 15 years her weekly Monday column poked fun at management fads and jargon and celebrated the ups and downs of office life.
She is the co-founder of the charity Now Teach.
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Fretting too much is no fun but there’s an upside to feeling anxious
From climate change and Kylie Jenner’s wealth to sex strikes and Lucy Kellaway’s maths
Lucy Kellaway reads about how the semicolon has been decried for too long; time for a reappraisal
From work to dating, the life of an ‘aged adolescent’ is neither slow nor predictable
At £42,000, the Mandarin Oriental’s new penthouse is London’s most expensive hotel suite — but is it worth it?
When she quit the FT to become a teacher, Lucy Kellaway thought society would view her differently
After 55 years of vertical living in townhouses, Lucy Kellaway is loving her new lateral life
Alcohol does not only make me more agreeable to my friends. It makes me more agreeable to myself
The FT columnist-turned-teacher reconsiders which subjects are most important for the next generation
The FT columnist is now fully qualified — but not everyone has stayed the course
Andria Zafirakou on difficult kids, swearing in the classroom — and how she’s planning to spend her $1m prize
Six months into a new career, the former FT columnist grades her performance
The surveyor warnings were stark but the modern masterpiece was worth the price, whatever the weather
The former FT columnist had hopes of becoming a silver fox. It didn’t go as planned
As a trainee teacher, I have developed a new permissive approach to language
I’ve been so deep in Pythagoras’ theorem I’d barely noticed the festive season was upon us
Lucy Kellaway left the FT this year to retrain. Here is her report card
The grand dame of golf hotels has a new owner, a new look and a mission to attract those who don’t play
When the FT columnist announced she would retrain as a teacher, she called on others to join her. So will they be any good?
After 32 years, you are still an enigma, says Lucy Kellaway
After 32 years, you are still an enigma
The exponential rise of guff in business shows no sign of abating, says Lucy Kellaway
The exponential rise of guff in business shows no sign of abating
There is no disgrace in losing your job, though the aftermath might turn ugly
Apple's $5bn headquarters is the world’s most expensive office and Steve Jobs' last …