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.
From Richard Branson, with his playful PR stunts and countless advice books, to Warren Buffett and his soundbite words of wisdom, high-profile leaders set an example to show how things can be done. One of the group’s members is undoubtedly Tesla and SpaceX founder, Elon Musk.
British Land’s Joff Sharpe tackles the issue of small business productivity, with internet issues and general admin being a chief concern around the UK.
Have you ever thought that office processes could be holding your business back” Perhaps the document drain is not top of your list but it should be.
It is traditional to enter a new year with business optimism, hope and ambition. However, 2017 has the prospects for being one of the most challenging we ve faced in recent years.
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.
Many of you will have some form of terms and conditions in place for your business – most of which will probably be viewed as a load of legal mumbo jumbo that nobody pays attention to.
In a world so focused on being lean and healthy, the same rules should be applied to business.
The recent economic upswing has seen SMEs across the UK shift business plans to expansion, and according to our latest Business in Britain survey – a bi-annual research survey of 1,500 SMEs – many are aiming to fuel growth this year through an increase in investment.
Have you tried operating your business at maximum efficiency Follow these five cost-cutting tips to make your business a size zero.
Although organisations are embracing cloud-based solutions to drive down costs, many of these essential aspects of the business are being constrained by investment in off-the-shelf tools that fail to deliver the scalability required to support business growth
A growing mid-sized business needs to handle growing amounts of information just as much as a large corporation.