With the World Cup in full swing, bosses across the country are deciding the extent to which they should embrace football fever – or, indeed, ignore it altogether.
Here’s how to plan, monitor and enforce a secure BYOD policy in your business.
While most boardrooms know digital transformation is important, it’s considerably easier to discuss than to implement. In fact, 59% of UK CEOs in PwC’s 20th CEO survey believe their organisation’s ability to adapt to the speed of technological change is a real concern.
We all watched as the business world descended into an unprecedented panic over GDPR and what would happen upon being non-compliant. But there are technological advances on the horizon with far more terrifying consequences, says Real Business columnist Jan Cavelle.
Gone are the days of aggressive sales strategies. Here are the five new rules of engagement for sales, as outlined by Maximizer’s Diego Lunardi.
The cars exported by Britain rely on many specialist European suppliers. How will Brexit affect the automotive supply chain and UK businesses in the sector? Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) group director Duncan Brock writes.
What do you do when the outcome matters more than method? Centage Corporation’s Ed Gromann explains how professional services can streamline workforce planning and budgeting.
iHub Office specialises in flexible, co-working spaces for small businesses – but the money to take on more premises has to come from somewhere.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is more than just a pedestal for businesses to stand upon when wanting to express the kind of values that consumers have come to expect.
World Cup fever is dominating the country, especially after England’s 6-1 win over Panama. Captain Harry Kane has been continuously praised, with the word most often assigned to his brand of leadership being “inspirational”.
From automating processes to tapping into fintech, 15 finance directors shared their experience using technology to free up their time for strategic planning at the FD Surgery London.
There has been significant debate around the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA) decision to fine Barclays chief executive Jes Staley £642,430, for his attempts to trace the identity of a whistleblower.