Martin Burns, senior principal transformation consultant, EMEA at CA Technologies explains why a critical enabler for delivering results is extreme focus on the important.
On 28 January 1986, the NASA space shuttle Challenger broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, causing the death of all its crew members. An official report, published the same year, highlighted the decision making errors made by key individuals as a result of sleep loss and early shift-work.
What do we mean by the term high achievers It’s the people who make stuff happen. Not just the small things yes, they do those too but the big things as well.
There is no one-size fits all when it comes to leadership style. Be that as it may, the core aspects comprising each are loosely the same, making them a great foundation upon which to build your own brand of leading.
Ormsby Street CEO Martin Campbell has taken a new approach to employee performance, looking at an individual inside and outside work getting them to set personal goals.
Some of the greatest risks to a small business in its early phases are not the lack of ideas, ambition or market knowledge, but the business basics.
As humans we often learn more from our mistakes than our successes and I suspect this is now ringing true for Uber boss Travis Kalanick after a video of him berating one of his drivers went viral.
Following its $54bn acquisition of BG, Shell unveiled plans to narrow its global activity and focus on 13 primary countries rather than the 70 it currently operated in. This, it said, would make business simple again.
Trust in – and loyalty to – a brand is determined by every interaction a customer has with a company. So why then do firms fail to focus on consumers
Businesses of all sizes live and die through attracting and retaining the right people. This is no more pertinently the case than with small businesses, where the impact of an individual hire is typically greater than at a larger organisation.
Stick to your vision… That sounds simple, but in reality, it’s sometimes easier said than done.
If you're in charge of social media management for your company, it's time to up your game. Guy Blaskey, founder of Pooch & Mutt, unveils four ways firms can improve interaction with consumers on social media.