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We need to look after the planet much better than we have done over the past few decades, and that’s a collective responsibility that includes governments, businesses and individuals, says Simon Hill
Love makes you blind and so does leadership, says Hannes Leroy, whose research exposes a natural and automatic preference for leaders at the expense of managers, in the recruitment process
All too often, ideas that are truly innovative go against our experience and assumptions, or the conventional wisdom says Stefan Thomke. It’s time to be more experimental in the business world
With the COVI-19 situation leading unprecedented action from governments around the world, Anton Korinek offers advice to business leaders on responding to the crisis
How can startups make sense of economic indicators in turbulent times and then make sound business decisions?
As long as you keep your focus on doing right by your business, you can continue to gain support while the economic storm carries on around you, says Stefano Maifreni
Involving patients in their own treatment and implementing technology to support this will have positive impact on healthcare, according to Kevin Lamb
By demystifying the process of business awards, disproving some of the biggest myths and highlighting the vast amount of benefits, more people will be able to reap the benefits for themselves and their business, says Denise O’Leary
In their first article of a short series exploring energy consumption in the UK, Energy Controls discusses the energy phenomenon known as ‘TV pickup’, examining how the UK requires exported energy and where this surplus of power comes from
The rise in the need for ‘soft skills’ and more rounded business experience has raised the question of whether accountants need an MBA to get ahead. According to Mark Blakemore, the answer is no
What’s more important – money or work-life balance? Success means different things to different cultures
Creating a work environment that supports and rewards proactivity would be beneficial for employees and organisations, says Anders Dysvik
No one recognises the value of an education like thought leader and CEO coach Dr John Blakey, known for his bestselling book, The Trusted Executive. Dr Blakey is highly sought after as a keynote speaker and best-selling author on the topic of trust in leadership. He earned a DBA from Aston University, a triple-accredited, elite Business School and describes how the programme changed his life
Businesses need to put more cognitive effort into the decision-making process to avoid costly errors says Joep Steffes
Employees know that respect and loyalty goes both ways: if you treat your staff well, they will repay you with dedication and positive results many times over, says Danny Brooks
Based on a recent poll from Monster, a full 76% of employees say they currently have or recently had a ‘toxic’ boss. Max Woolf finds out how to handle hellish managers
Just as a personal purpose allows a citizen to focus on what he’s truly passionate about and skilled in, corporate purpose allows an enterprise to focus on the activities that impact the most material stakeholders and in which it has greatest comparative advantage, says Alex Edmans