Graeme Gabriel, strategic back office WFO consultant at Verint, unveils what businesses can learn from high fliers like Virgin Atlantic.
Founding father Benjamin Franklin was a renown polymath, and he didn't get to that point by lazing about. In fact, he became a scientist, writer and so much more by embracing a simple rule – one which many business leaders of today have implemented into their busy schedules.
Britain's vote to leave the EU may have substantial impact on the new European Unitary Patent Court (UPC). In fact, the system is likely to collapse.
As a business owner, growing your business and leading it to success is naturally your number one priority. Whatever your business, regardless of sector, choosing how to grow your company can sometimes be overwhelming and ensuring you make the right decisions can be challenging.
Which actor in the economy is most responsible for making radical innovation happen? Mariana Mazzucato, a professor of economics at the University of Sussex, comes up with a surprising answer: the state.
It seems counter-intuitive to believe but it’s true, for even smart people make stupid mistakes – the future of cyber security is smarter than humans.
Digital imagery and copy offers business almost unlimited scope to promote itself. Razor-sharp online images and fibre-optic networks capable of delivering high-definition material to millions of computers, tablets and smartphones have been game-changing, but the new landscape brings risk with it as well.
In just two years, health benefits broker Zenefits’ valuation shot up to $4.5bn – and it was a darling of Silicon Valley until a scandal broke loose. Now the company is trying to clean itself up by cutting its valuation by 50 per cent.
You’ve transformed your hobby – your talent, your passion – into a profitable business. But it’s hard, isn’t it? Finding the time for all the stuff you need to do to stay afloat.