In part 6 of this exclusive series, Nadia Nagamootoo discusses her top tips for helping reduce the expected 217 years for global gender parity. Nadia highlights the importance of obtaining buy-in from leaders at board level, by ensuring they have the knowledge required to push this cultural change.
Workforce diversity is much more than just another corporate buzzword. It’s an important business topic these days as organizations regard differing viewpoints a critical element in being innovative and competitive in a fast changing world.
Regardless of any social factors, the individual employees within every organization have a wide variety of business-centric ideas, perspectives and behaviors that usually lead to one of two outcomes.
In part 3 of this exclusive series, Nadia Nagamootoo discusses how organisations can create a more equal playing field for men and women alike within the organisation. She looks at the importance of culture in creating gender parity for men.
In today’s competitive work environment, the one thing that makes you stand out as a company is your people. When Dale Carnegie Training conducted a study of 1,500 employees, they discovered engaged employees significantly outperform. But how do you effectively engage your employees? Get creative!
How I learned to lead a creative force within.
On Tuesday 21 November 2017, Robert Gabriel Mugabe officially resigned as the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe. After 37 years in power, the man who became his country’s first democratically elected leader in 1980, stepped down in the wake of a military takeover that has sent shockwaves around the world.
Organisations can be agile without implementing Agile delivery and work models, and why agility doesn't equal adaptiveness.
Adaptiveness is about the overall ability to survive significant unforeseen and foreseen changes to the environment in which the organisation operates.
On April 21st, The Business Transformation Network held a VIP event on Mergers & Acquisitions which was attended by board level and senior management from some of the largest companies in the UK.
The below are some of the key takeaways and notes from the evenings' event which will give you an insight into the discussions points.
The topics of discussion were around:
1. Department Mergers
2. Harmonising Customer Offerings
3. Centralising Processes and Policies
4. Cultural Change, Integration and Communication