organisation

Are you worried you are starting to turn into a bridezilla? Your friends have totally deserted you, all so they didn't have to put up with yet another one of your meltdowns. Maybe it's happening to someone you know? Find out by answering the questions below...
It's official, spring has sprung and we've already been treated to a few mild and sunny days. For most of us, this means waving goodbye to bulky coats and woolly hats to make way for lighter jackets, pastel colours, and our trusty espadrilles.
You'll see, if you look at those questions again, that they are shared by the audience member. In fact, every time you make something even just partly for someone else, you let them ask the same questions you're asking of your actions; you make them shareholders in the action.
In my role as Leader of PwC UK Financial Services People and Organisation, and Co-Leader of Conduct and Culture, I've been
Many of us rely on our organisational prowess: sticky notes and to-do lists clutter our workspaces in a bid to stay on top of our ever-growing workloads. But what happens after a project finishes?
We all love email as a communication tool. But we all hate email when we reach inbox overload. So how do we find a happy medium? Here are 10 tips I think can help.
So why is it we are happy to work with peer to peer reviews now in every other aspect of our lives but we still see the content of sites like Glassdoor as somehow "different"? I believe the answer lies in the complexity of how we think about the world of work.
Many of us have experienced a great surge of pride and affection for the Royal Family, and in particular for the Queen in
The meltdown in world economic markets of 2008/9 feels like a long time ago, but it is important not to forget lessons learned. Back then, in the aftermath, as people searched for answers to make sure it never happened again, there were two words often repeated - change culture. If good has come as a result of what happened, then the growing interest in understanding and managing corporate culture is it.
As you may already be aware I am part of the World Youth Organization, however, I am not just 'part' of it- but one of the CEOs. My partner Maliha Reza is also a CEO of the organisation and we both work tirelessly each day striving to make the World Youth Organization one of the best global youth charities.
But if no-one's in charge, how on earth does anything get done? Surely there is some penalty to fractional decision-making? Centralised authority isn't necessarily all that it's cracked up to be.
The overarching theme of this blog is to show that better use of the skills and creativity of the UK advertising and communications sector would benefit society as a whole as well as business... But even I admit that, with all the creativity in the world, none of us could stop the floods which have dominated our media landscape.
Should mental health stigma still have an impact of those suffering? Statistics show that almost everyone dealing with mental health has been, and still is, impacted negatively by the stigma surrounding it. Is it right that already vulnerable and isolated members of society should be made to feel more alone?
Unusually, the UN General Assembly (GA) has been in media headlines in recent days. In response to recent spying allegations
With the right list, we can push at the edges of our mortality... which returns us to the essentialness of making the most of every 24 hours and how we fill them... which returns us to more lists, so we may tick-off and feel more complete.
Being productive at work won't happen by sitting at your desk, staring at your emails for eight hours. To be productive you have to manage your time efficiently and with a few simple steps; you can make the most out of your work day and avoid those unnecessary late nights at the office.
For students everywhere it has always provided a liberating period between one busy university year and an even busier year to come. Consequently, students have never failed to embrace the many benefits of the summer break. However, with the controversial rise in tuition fees to £9000 per year the necessity of university has been debated.
The way I see it, the fact that I have a constant mountain of papers and notebooks on my desk is a good thing. It shows I make a lot of notes at school and generally have such a good work ethic that I like to look over them continuously, which explains why they are spread all over my desktop.