Last week, KPMG released employee data proving that businesses can increase social mobility. The statistics show that the
I was playing Jenga with my kids at the weekend. To say it was taxing and frustrating - as well as being damn right difficult
Bosses need to work harder at learning to 'speak human,' sounding like real people who are dealing with the issues in a realistic way, being more honest about the problems they face, instead of simply repeating a series of 'key messages' in interviews while avoiding the tough questions.
Ed Miliband has come under pressure from two former Labour ministers to be nicer to business and not give the impression
I sincerely hope the B-Team lets the Millennial Generation lead them and that it doesn't turn into procession of corporate compunction by born again incumbent leaders. The world doesn't need apologies; it needs a new perspective that defines success. It needs a 'Boom'.
Chuka Umunna recently set a new year's resolution to not use the phrase 'SMEs' and accurately made the point that not all small businesses are the same so lumping them into a homogenous pile is wrong.
I used to drive a mini cab of a night for a living, assuming, of course, you can could it a living. Long nights and late
The biggest problem facing large organisations today is not a lack of desire to change but a lack of know-how. It stems from a fundamental leadership issue: the wrong types of people have been left in charge.
January is a depressing month if you live in the northern hemisphere. Gloomy, damp, dark - and that's just the economic outlook!
HM Revenue & Customs got absolutely roasted by the media following the publication of the Committee of Public Accounts Report which revealed a scandalous story involving the usual suspects: big business, money and Sachs.