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Data and culture have a significant part to play in the successful transformation of businesses.
We are far better at planning for the short-term than we are for the long-term.
The BTN's partnership with Temple Brown Consulting brings you a CIO Panel discussion hosted by Martin Veitch, with Ojas Rege and David Ivell in a c
The Retail Banking industry is under immense pressure.
Bill Burton from Dale Carnegie discusses how to overcome resistance to change within the organisation.
Over the last few months' we’ve seen the likes of retailers such as NEXT and Tesco scale back their growing empires.  Where they had started to sel
At a function level, what Procurement does (buying goods or services from external sources) hasn’t changed much and will not.
In part 3 of the series, Paul Matthews discusses informal learning, which describes any learning that is not scheduled, planned or mandated.
All too frequently we think of projects in terms of schedules, requirements, budgets, resources and the like.
The first challenges are cutting through the noise and getting to the heart of the matter.
In this exclusive video, Alvin Tedjamulia looks at the importance of having an interconnected organisation to improve an organisations ability to t
I had a client once with a member on his senior team who was known for his destructive and upsetting behaviour.
Our technology and devices are becoming increasingly interconnected, creating the Internet of Things (IoT), but our interaction is no longer device
The BTN's partnership with AI&Robotics Events' brings you David D'Souza (Head of London and of Engagement, CIPD), on the human ethics and busin
Chris Forbes: My partner Julie Chen, had identified that finding a green product that helped the environment would be important to
In an era where HR is frantically struggling for a seat on the bandwagon of data-savvy, data-driven business functions.
This week, the Business Transformation Network brings you a selection of current topics from the world of Technology, from AI to Digital
What is Design Thinking? One of the challenges with introducing the concept of design thinking is that this concept does not have
The investment in recent years by large organisations, including the Big Four, has resulted in advanced technology that is changing many aspects of
Once upon a time, ATS systems stored millions of stale resumes of any candidate that happened to cross its path.
This week, the Business Transformation Network brings you a selection of current topics from the world of People, from Employee Engagemen
In part 2 of the series, Paul Matthews discusses the role of performance consultancy within learning and development.
Richard Morecroft discusses his top 4 tips for digital transformation.
Growing up we are taught (and throughout life we observe) what is frequently referred to as the Golden Rule.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times
This week, the Business Transformation Network brings you a selection of current topics from the world of Process, from agile transformat
Alina Maraghelis from Dale Carnegie discusses the concept behind purchasing decisions, by uncovering the client needs.
People, Process and Technology are three pillars of change management. In this blog, I am going to look at the process side of change management.
We conducted a Q&A interview with Cherron Inko-Tariah MBE, Founder of 'The Power
In 2012, the renowned management guru and business book author Steve Denning wrote an article entitled “
Digital Transformation is everywhere and can become a bit of a minefield of jargon and terminology, from AI to Analytics, and IoT to Ransomware, te
#companyCulture #talentAcquisition #interviewing #cultureCreation #vendoRelations
A FTSE 250 company we worked with, was passionate about developing a culture of continuous improvement.
In part 1 of this series, Paul Matthews discusses the difficulties facing learning and development, which he describes as the 3 elephants in the ro
We conducted a Q&A interview with Roderic Yapp, Director at Leadership Forces and TEDx Speaker, regarding leadership and the generational gap.
Richard Morecroft discusses his top tips for digital transformation, highlighting the importance of balancing strategy and execution.
In 1943 Abraham Maslow first brought his Hierarchy of Needs theory to the world in which he looks at what motivates individuals.
David Griffith-Sackey from Dale Carnegie discusses how to get your team to perform consistently in the long-term.
Internal culture is integral to maintaining a strong brand throughout organisations, especially retail ones, but the right staff are needed to ensu