Project Management

Four Secrets to Improving Project Management

Julia Pamilih | Posted 14.09.2017 | UK
Julia Pamilih

It's time to help your business work smarter. Any project inevitably raises some obstacles to success, but some businesses still fail to find effective solutions to common project management problems.

The NHS Deserves More Than a Hero

Steve Clarke | Posted 19.05.2015 | UK
Steve Clarke

Barts Health Trust has been put into special measures after a damning report by the health service regulator. But what is meant by special measures, and what does this mean for the East London Hospitals that are run by Barts?

How the Men in Grey Suits Could Save the NHS

Steve Clarke | Posted 09.05.2015 | UK
Steve Clarke

Good managers are not administrators, they are dynamic individuals adept at problem solving and organisation. The colour of their suits and their gender varies, but this has no bearing on their ability to successfully manage our healthcare system.

The Magic Three: Qualities for Creating a Successful New Business

Erica Sosna | Posted 17.01.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Erica Sosna

As a business and enterprise coach I am frequently asked about the kinds of skills and qualities I think new business owners need to develop. Now, everyone is different and we all come with a unique skill set. But there are three skills I believe to be universal if you are going to flourish as a freelance, self employed person or entrepreneur.

Why Your Projects Will Always Be Late

James Burwood | Posted 28.12.2012 | UK
James Burwood

I am about to let you in on a secret that will have a bigger impact on your project delivery success than just about everything else you could do put together. It is so brilliantly simple you won't believe it will work. DO LESS, NOW!

Businesses Need a 'Hearts and Minds' Culture Change if They Are to Survive the Challenges of the Next 20 Years

Mike Barry | Posted 13.10.2012 | UK
Mike Barry

The next decade will see radical new technologies, the resource crunch and the sharing economy all disrupt the established business order. For a company to survive and thrive over the next 20 years creating this culture change is the single most important step. Why?

Refurbishment Rules: dot Your 'i' and Cross Your 't'

Kelly Hoppen | Posted 28.11.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Kelly Hoppen

Designing a home is a challenge and more than a few people have been brought to tears as a result of the process. To avoid headaches and heartache it is imperative that you start with a plan and stick to it.