Martin Hurworth, technical director at Harvey Water Softeners, explains how a thriving company can retain its culture and grow sustainably.
Boards must better plan in advance for executive and non-executive positions or risk undermining the company's effectiveness and sustainability, the FRC has warned – especially when it comes to the role of CFO.
From recovery plans to technology and the ability to think outside the box, Marc Goroff, CTO at Quorum, draws on several parallels between business downtime and the Grand Prix.
As a leader at the helm of a growing business, the last thing you need to be dealing with are complaints about noise, vibrations or smells. By speaking with an expert, we've produced a simple guide on steering clear of them.
One of the biggest challenges faced by tech companies is getting the word out about their innovation. Social networking is an essential promotional tool for any new business and can disseminate your message quickly and effectively.
In the last decade we have seen a great deal of improvement in the sophistication of business strategies.
A OnePoll survey released this week, commissioned by AppsBuilder, has uncovered that a startling 65.8 per cent of UK’s 4.9m small and medium enterprises (SMEs) do not currently have a mobile presence; equating to potential lost revenues of £52.6bn in the next 12 months alone.
An effective board is one that performs its key roles in setting direction and strategy, governing strategic risks and monitoring strategic performance, well.
Every business owner needs to day dream using a Walt Disney approach.
Every business needs a strategy, whether it’s a formal, written and generally agreed strategy or a more ad-hoc approach.
With employment on the up and the UK slowly coming out of a recession, it has never been more important for businesses to stay ahead of the game with innovative people strategies.
In the early 90s, a National Security Agency (NSA) official wrote a memo expressing concerns about how internal IT staff could be a security risk to the organisation – a risk that was realised 23 years later by NSA contractor Edward Snowden who disclosed top secret documents to the press, which then went viral.