In an all-new ranking, CMI and Glassdoor have collaborated to reveal the rundown of UK firms with the best culture and leadership.
By now you’ve heard about “doing agile”. You hope creating such teams will solve your organisational problems, from missed commitments, bad quality and lack of visibility to stalled innovation. Unfortunately, many bosses find they aren’t getting what they expected from their agile investments.
When you start out as a small business it’s likely that you’ll have established a close-knit company culture, where everyone knows one another and feels like family. The prospect of expanding can thus be daunting for employers looking to retain this atmosphere.
Carolyn Lloyd Brown, founder of Heritage Angel, unveiled how Brexit led her to pursue opportunities beyond Europe – more specifically, in China.
If you’ve travelled overseas for a meeting, you’ll want it to go well, yet there are major business etiquette fails that Brits are making on their travels.
Leaders build trust through being open and transparent and willing to admit mistakes. More and more, the public expects leaders to be positive role models. And that includes those at Uber.
On Friday 22 September, Transport for London (TfL) made a statement that, from 30 September, Uber would no longer be welcome in the capital.
Emojis are everywhere lately – in life, at work and even in the cinema – but when it comes to global business can there be too much of a good thing?
Whatever your opinion, the controversy the recent Google sacking has caused is a fact. This story is an example of a company that has failed an employee. And how clashing opinions and a misunderstood code of conduct can cause backlash.
With a culture of diversity and inclusion at its centre, Fujitsu considers itself a “People Company” and Real Business heard how SMEs can get there too, as well as the benefits they can expect.
When you think of the typical tech entrepreneur, I like to think I don’t fit the blueprint. Throughout my life and career, I have been unconventional, which is why I thoroughly reject the typical Silicon Valley approach to tech.
Bosses are mistaken if they think an indoor gym and unlimited free food will boost worker experience. Though they are certainly office gimmicks to appreciate, they are not the real answer to maintaining happiness.