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In part 1 of this exclusive video, Stephen Sidebottom discusses the importance of understanding how to interpret and use data to make relevant chan
I was recently doing a bit of networking, talking about how we're using digital exemplar projects as a key enabler to drive our wider digital busin
What do you know about your people? Who are your best performers? Where are your skills gaps? How engaged are your teams?
The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on ‘Unlocking Talent Potential: Time to change the game’ in partnership with
In part 1 of this exclusive video series, David Deacon (Talent and HR Executive) discusses his book 'Self Determined Manager' and what brought him
More than two thirds of the people around the world work away from the office at least once every week, and while that statistic i
Implementing change in a moral and effective way is of little value, if the change itself is morally deficit.
What makes one company more successful than another? Is a committed motivated workforce a differentiator between two competing firms?
In 2001 the largest five companies in the world by market capitalisation were GE, Microsoft, Exxon, Citi and Walmart.
This organisation is a stock-market quoted firm owned by shareholders rather than being a family-owned business.
My esteemed colleague Adrian Reed put a fascinating post on his 
Over the last few years you can’t have failed to notice a number of factors coming together in a potent mix, creating the opportunity for “digital
In part 3 of this exclusive video series, Bryan Robertson discusses whether continuous improvement could be adapted and applied to any organisation
Sadly this article is not about the Transformers. Sorry. It is about something not as exciting but maybe just as important.
You start with end in mind and work backwards to establish the steps that you need to complete that will take you from A to B.
The chances of getting what we want to increase as we become clearer about what we want. Do you want a better version of now or something new?
Sentiment Analysis is the process of determining whether a piece of information or service provided leads to positive, negative or neutral human fe
Like many frameworks and methodologies, it's all too easy to wave the flag claiming to be a dedicated follower and implementer of 'good practise'.
Working remotely, however, brings with it a problem of data security.
This is not just a fad.  It has to be the presenting question for all employees and all organisations.  What role do organisations play in changing
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It is virtually impossible nowadays to have a 10-minute business conversation without the words “digital transformation” coming up.
Agile shines a light on dysfunction.  Once the dysfunction is exposed, you have 2 options:  1) fix it or 2) sweep it back under the rug.
Over the last few weeks I have been finessing a lot of presentations; one for a team building session I hosted in London, another for the upcoming
In this exclusive video, Suzie Lewis discusses how to build a digital culture and the importance of understanding data, data sets and how these cor
In part 2 of this series, Deepak Thaper follows on from his basics of digital transformation to look at the strategy and journey through transforma
HR has evolved, albeit slowly, over the last few years.
There was a time for many businesses and other organisations, when the essence of good practice was to develop a way of doing things, get good at d
When a business begins to envision transformation, flexible working is a theme that usually comes up early on in the discussions.
A few years ago someone told me about a pitch process she was involved in.
In my last article, I talked about the role of evolutionary psychology and the impact it has on your resilience in the modern world.
Rajat Dhawan (Senior Executive, Technology at The Travel Corporation) spoke at our Excellence in Leadership (EiL) conference in October 2018 on "Ut
“The Future of Work”…a phrase that is guaranteed to get you a speaking slot at any HR/Recruitment conference/networking event.
In 1837, Hans Christian Andersen wrote the short story called ‘The emperor’s new clothes’ a tale about two weavers who create a beautiful new suit
Gone are the days when brand communication was mostly made up of ads that appeared on billboards, in magazines and/or on television.
I wrote recently about the importance of nudging as one
I’m hearing a lot of discussion at present about resilience to change and how to develop it at individual through to organisational level.
I had a meeting recently about coaching, the individual had recently been appointed to a leadership position in a large organisation, but were stru