HR knows change requires flexibility and support for employees. But these are often around things like putting a new policy in place. What can HR do when change is a much bigger beast, as it is with digital transformation?
While not based in a sector you’d traditionally associate with an accelerator programme, John Savage explains why Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses felt right for him.
Some of the greatest risks to a small business in its early phases are not the lack of ideas, ambition or market knowledge, but the business basics.
Motivation is a powerful driving force, but that does not mean it is always constructive. There is a dark side of motivation, where it can be misdirected or derailed toward destructive, immoral or problematic behaviours.
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?”
Marcelino Castrillo, managing director of Business Banking at NatWest, looks at the obstacles faced by businesses in the first five years, and why bringing people in to help share the load is one of the key skills leaders must learn to survive.
For business leaders in need of software investment guidance, webexpenses CEO Adam Reynolds provides some insight on finding the right deal and making sure it produces the benefits it should.
Mr. Muscle might love the jobs you hate, but it remains to be seen if personal assistants feel the same way. Entrepreneurs and business executives have given their PAs some absolutely ludicrous tasks to deal with, which they've revealed, while Richard Branson's former assistant of 32 years shares her moment of madness.
After a report from Accenture suggested 80 per cent of banks across Europe now see SMEs as a priority growth area, HSBC is looking to boost the market by creating a fund alongside Bibby Financial Services.
Managing multiple client relationships and doing so successfully is no mean feat. Not even the most battle hardened are immune to making mistakes that can, unfortunately, become deal-breakers.
A survey of 300 business and logistics experts by software provider AEB and the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) University in Germany has found that although many firms collaborate closely with suppliers, the majority are failing to capitalise on the significant opportunities this creates.
Government plans to offer pregnant women budgets of at least to £3,000 to chose the care they receive must be backed up by change in “out-dated” attitudes of employers, according to a global recruitment firm.