The potential value which digital solutions offer to a business is ultimately dependent upon the ability for staff to properly utilise these technologies.
Martin Burns, senior principal transformation consultant, EMEA at CA Technologies explains why a critical enabler for delivering results is extreme focus on the important.
?Curiosity killed the cat? according to the old English phrase. But in a complex digital world where there is so much information for us to consume, can being curious really evoke bad omens??
Having been part of team behind Ormsby Street?s rapid growth, Robert Drury had to plan his next move after existing the business in search of a new challenge.
By now you?ve heard about “doing agile”. You hope creating such teams will solve your organisational problems, from missed commitments, bad quality and lack of visibility to stalled innovation. Unfortunately, many bosses find they aren?t getting what they expected from their agile investments.
Mike Moffett, partner of operational restructuring at PwC, unveils some considerations for companies wanting to restructure during a difficult time.
In some ways, leadership is like travelling by aeroplane. Whilst turbulence is normal, it requires an experienced hand to avoid any major issues and confidently steer everybody to the intended destination.
James Parsons, founder and CEO of digital workforce consultancy Arrows Group Global, explains how the tribes model can help firms remain collaborative whilst on a mission to achieve growth.
Irrespective of industry, all business leaders can learn valuable lessons from agile software development. More specifically, there are five areas managers should pay close attention to in order to ensure their organisation’s success.
Rick Jackson, the CMO of data analytics firm Qlik, talks about how small and medium sized business leaders can make better use of the data available to them.
A report has found that a strategic CFO is an agile CFO – "one who can pivot on a dime and react decisively regardless of what the future holds."
Not only is the enterprise landscape moving fast, but it is complex, uncertain and ambiguous for many leaders and managers in business today. Now is a fascinating and exciting time to be a leader and a manager – as long as you’re equipped for the responsibilities.