With resume lies on the rise, here’s a round-up of some of the highest profile executives who’ve made "mistakes" in their CVs.
Stick to your vision… That sounds simple, but in reality, it’s sometimes easier said than done.
January is when the fitness bug usually takes hold of Brits, with mulled wine and TV marathons swapped for salads and exercise. However, while Superdrug sought to embrace the trend and inspire consumers, women have slammed the retailer’s health campaign as “sexist”.
With the government committed to support 3m apprenticeships over the next five years, the fact that more school leavers are opting to start one serves as good news.
Once you are in a position of authority, just because you have "been there and done that", doesn’t mean your team should follow the same path as you to become successful.
In the UK productivity is a long-standing problem. The answer, says Amir Sharif of Brunel Business School, won't involve being more entrepreneurial, or putting more investment into STEM skills, science and tech.
In 2016, customer experience is going to have a new meaning for many companies. Indeed, Gartner has found that 89 per cent of companies plan to compete primarily on the basis of customer experience this year.
Data from 2015 has shown that “expert”, “solution” and “leading” were the three most stereotypical words used on LinkedIn company pages, as many failed to provide proper differentiation from rivals.