Practitioners like myself are often asked what bosses can do to make their company customer-centric. In the first of three articles intending to answer that question, I unveil that it requires a great deal of commitment and consideration to go beyond simply being a buzzword.
Company culture is quite the buzzword, but it really can have a noticeable impact for businesses. And with 450m professional members globally, LinkedIn has access to a vast library of employee loves and hates, and has supplied Real Business with some juicy Corporate Insights.
At a Conservative conference, prime minister Theresa May laid out her vision for change – and she has her mind bent on building a nation rooted in fairness and opportunity.
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.
Sooner or later, most small or medium-sized companies reach a major crossroads. Business has been good in previous years – but how do you take things to the next level, and is there one change you can make to guarantee successful growth?
Women are still under-represented at the top, and there is much to be done to make leadership in any which sector more reflective of its workforce. As such, Tim Taylor, MD of Making Great Leaders, offers eight tips for success.
Stick to your vision… That sounds simple, but in reality, it’s sometimes easier said than done.
We've wrapped up the yearly season of peace on earth and good will toward all, but for millions of workers the first few weeks in the New Year are typically a time of stress, pressure, overwork, mistakes and diminished service quality.
With Christmas being just around the corner, we tap into the optimism felt by entrepreneurs – who all seem to agree that the rewards of working hard far outweighs the negativity felt when needing to jump hurdles that get in the way.
Andy Alderson, CEO and founder of Vanarama, explains how adopting the mentality of a football team in business can be a sure-fire way to keep your company ahead of the competition
The UK has been criticised for not embracing the American culture of failure. Indeed, in the US it's considered something of a badge of honour for an entrepreneur to fail before achieving success with a business venture. As such, we've rounded up key cases of individuals with superhuman tenacity as a reminder to never back down.
Jack Ma, founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group and China's richest man, told participants at the 45th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting that his vision is to serve 2bn consumers and to help 10m small businesses outside China sell their products through the internet.