About the Show
High-flying executives take extraordinary steps to ensure their companies are fighting fit by going undercover in their own businesses
Series 2 Summary
In this series business leaders leave the comfort of their offices in the sky to go on an undercover mission to examine the inner workings of their company
Episode 1 - David Clarke, Best Western
David Clarke, Chief Executive of Best Western, leaves his office to go on an undercover mission. This programme was first broadcast in 2010. The CEO of the company has changed since then.
Episode 2 - Kevan Collins, Tower Hamlets
Kevan Collins runs London's Tower Hamlets council. As he prepares to make huge cuts, £50 million over 3 years, he decides to go undercover to help him decide what to cut and what to save.
Episode 3 - Marija Simovic, Harry Ramsden's
Harry Ramsden's new CEO Marija Simovic goes undercover to find out more about the fish and chip chain, and to see how her company's fortunes might be turned around
Episode 4 - Paul Fisher, The Jockey Club
Paul Fisher, boss of Jockey Club Racecourses, goes undercover to experience first-hand the impact of the stinging cuts he has recently implemented in Britain's largest horseracing organisation
Episode 5 - Colin Drummond, Viridor
Colin Drummond, chief executive of Viridor, one of Britain's largest recycling and waste management companies, goes undercover to experience his own business at the sharp end.
Episode 6 - Narin Ganesh, Crown Worldwide
Narin Ganesh of international relocation giant Crown Worldwide goes undercover to find out what's happening at the ground level of his company.
Episode 7 - Andy Edge, Park Resorts Revisit
Andy Edge, a company director of caravan holiday company Park Resorts, went undercover in his own business. A year on, the show returns to see what impact his experience had on the company.
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