It is widely acknowledged that marginal gains, the small changes in an athletes behaviour amplified across lots of areas, was one of the key mechanisms that helped Team GB go from 36th in the Atlanta Olympics medal table to second in Rio – and it can be applied to your business.
A look at the five things UK business leaders can can learn from the style of the US presidential TV debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
It is fair to assume CFO like numbers. What’s not to like? The big number above demands your attention, even if you are not analytically inclined. Your interest will be further tweaked when I say that 30, 3, 30 are key numbers that will help CFOs step up to CEO.
Have you ever heard the saying “good artists copy; great artists steal”? Allegedly originating from Pablo Picasso, the words were made famous by Steve Jobs – who claimed Apple wan’t afraid of stealing ideas and making them better.
Simply, the equity economy is a way for entrepreneurs to turn a small percentage of the equity in their startup into an easy-to-use currency that can be used to reward those that help them to build the business.
With Theresa May saying the UK now has to “make its own way”, British businesses must put customer service at the forefront to get ahead of competition.
Flypay, which allows customers to settle bills in restaurants and bars via app, has received a £3.5m investment from Just Eat to mark what will be a “strategic partnership”.