Playing the right role impacts the bottom line in business, so it’s important that you get into character before delivering your boardroom performance.
After minor illness, stress is the second most common cause of short-term absence from work. Paul Tooth, CEO of BrightHR, looks at how to go about combating stress in the workplace.
It should be no surprise that the internet is e first port of call for most consumers searching for products and services, so fast websites are a must.
From 1982 to 1987 I travelled a wild and rocky road on Wall Street. My five years as a futures trader at the epicentre of capitalism were stressful, and to deal with it I played hard. I was young and impressionable and was taken in by all the temptations the city could offer, like a kid in a candy store. It took overcoming alcoholism to boot me in the right direction.
A New Year is upon us and many employees will be thinking about ways to boost their career – new opportunities, challenges and learning experiences, so now’s an ideal time to ask yourself, “are managers actually managing performance effectively?”
Whether you are a large enterprise with offices around the globe, or a small, local business serving your community, it is essential to create happiness.
With the reliance upon cloud based applications and the cost benefits of VoIP calls, continuous, fast connectivity has become an essential business requirement. Yet the divergence in cost, coverage and quality of service in different areas continues to challenge the evolution of a long term comms strategy.
Rafael Cortes, head of marketing at Foehn, explains how cloud phone systems can deliver rapid return on investment and why it’s important not to cut any corners on the journey to deployment.
During an age when we are increasingly monitoring our sleep, exercise and eating routines to ensure that we achieve our performance goals – one would be forgiven for asking why companies aren’t doing the same.
Ideas, stop me and take one! Not something you hear every day, is it? Unlike ice creams, ideas don’t come round on a van and there is not always an idea department. So who do you go to for ideas? There is often someone, but why not make that someone you?
Carey Business School assistant professor Jum Liew has admitted to being enamoured by the fact that social media data could highlight market behaviour – and has unveiled that a day’s worth of tweets can impact the performance of stock.
The above question is both as stunning in its simplicity as it is difficult to answer. It is the central concept of the compelling business analysis book "Good to Great" by Jim Collins first published in 2001.