Management

Do People Really Care About HR? By Ankita Poddar

It is a non-standard question, isn’t it? Most similar sentences have a subject other than HR inserted at the end– usually water, coal or another precious resource; a resource that has proven to be invaluable and close to extinction. After all, what has HR done for the world to care about it? It is just another profession and a non P&L one at that.

How TfL Implemented Continuous Improvement

Delivering a customer-centric operating model and building a culture of continuous improvement are key aims in today’s fast-evolving business world. Are your team ready to compete? PEX Europe investigates!

The PEX Europe editorial team spoke to TFL’s Head of Business Change, Project Management to find out how he has led his team to a culture of continuous improvement to effectively serve 31 million passenger journeys per day.

The CISO Merry-Go-Round by Indy Dhami

"Many CISOs live day to day under the sword of Damocles”

A controversial quote to begin with, I admit.  However, in the past few years, data breaches have become more prominent, impacting businesses, governments, healthcare, and even hairdressers!  There is no let-up in sight and business leaders must pay attention to the cyber risks they face.

Is 2018 the year of employee experience? by Jeff Wellstead

If you had to create a list of the companies you’d like to work for – how would you go about assessing which ones would be the best fit for you? 

The problem with things like the Best Place to Work surveys is that they tend to look at tick box criteria: how well people are paid, their benefits, training budgets, if they comply with employment legislation etc. What they don’t capture are the more important things that are harder to measure, like whether someone’s work is intrinsically interesting or meaningful.

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace with Dale Carnegie

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace.

Nowadays business leaders spend on average 6 hours a week negotiating peace between their workers, rather than negotiating deals with their customers.

This free guidebook will help:

A Digital Change Framework to Drive Successful Digital Transformation by Richard Morecroft

Creating an effective digital change framework
This blog, will share the digital change framework that has been evolved at Digital Works Group to help businesses deliver successful digital transformation.

What you will learn in this blog:

How to Shape Your Organisation’s Culture to Improve Mission Impact by Rae Steinbech

Organisational culture has a clear impact on a business’s ability to meet financial goals and create an impact on their overall market influence. A system of shared values and beliefs will govern how team members behave within your organisation, from how they dress right through to how they perform in their roles.

Succession Planning with Dale Carnegie

How to Fill Your Talent Pipeline

Having a clear succession plan is like having an insurance plan that ensures the long-term prosperity of your business.

But 61% of UK SME’s say they have no strategy if a key member of their team leaves.

This free Succession Planning Guidebook will help you:

What is Digital Transformation and the Best Way to Get Started? Expert Interview Richard Morecroft

What is digital transformation and what does it really mean for you and your organisation?

Smart business leaders are waking up to the fact that the fourth industrial revolution is here. This is driven by the widespread adoption of technology, disruptive innovation and rapidly changing consumer behaviour.

The pace of change means that it cannot be ignored – A business’s very survival is dependent on getting digital transformation ‘right’.

We only have to look at statistics like these:

Change = Performance drop? It’s a Faulty Equation… by Vivienne Edgecombe

This series of articles is best read in order, so if you haven’t read article 1, article 2.1 or article 2.2 yet, I invite you to head over and do that first.