If you’ve been in the world of change and transformation for very long, you’ve probably, at some point, been on a course about ‘dealing with diffic
In this exclusive video for the BTN, Claire Jordan discusses the project that led to the ABP Award for ‘Excellence in Employee Engagement’ winning.
Although modern AI algorithms are pretty good at identifying data patterns, we’re still a few years away from losing our jobs to robots and smart v
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‘Excellence in Wellbeing, Health & Inclusiveness’ Winner by Harriet Western-Williams & Rebecca Milner
In this exclusive video for the BTN, Harriet Western-Williams and Rebecca Milner discuss the project that led to Arup winning the ABP Award for ‘Ex
The big changes happening around us provide opportunity for a better way of clarifying responsibility.
In August 2017, India’s highest judicial office, The Supreme Court, upheld the right to privacy as a fundamental right of the country’s citizens.
Whilst your organisation has been successfully growing the business, are the controls and processes that were originally implemented, still fit for
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It simply doesn't feel right to miss out on the current trend of writing about the death of employee performance reviews - if nothing else, they se
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