The what’s my number question was a question originally posed to me some years ago by Adam Young, one of […]
The intention with our blogs, and the associated webinars, is to provide you with the thinking, the tools and the […]
Tools for tempting (and treasuring) talent  Interviews are the tried and trusted tool for assessing new talent.  But how effective […]
Conquering Cash Flow  Companies run into cash flow problems for a whole variety of reasons; expenses are underestimated, the labour […]
Time to set next years goals – 5 steps to business planning  Well, it’s that time of year again, the […]
  One of my favourite people in the world, a lady called Louisa, who I haven’t seen in years because […]
  Delegation or abdication?  How many of us have all the time we need? How many of us regularly tick […]
It obviously costs money to undertake any type of work or endeavour.  And the cost of that work might include […]
  The last blog looked at business risk from an overall or general perspective, this week we’re digging deeper into […]
Business is inherently risky.   And many of us thrive on risks associated with starting, running and growing a business; new […]
  When it comes to customer satisfaction there are a couple of hard truths:  Defecting customers cost huge sums of money  […]
We’ve said on many occasions “happy staff lead to happy customers and happy customers come back …”  so, is the oft repeated chant of “the customer is King” correct?  For most business leaders […]
The intention with our blogs, and the associated webinars, is to provide you with the thinking, the tools and the […]
Tools to make you THINK differently about your business Can I invite you to take a step back for the […]
Tools to make you THINK differently about your business Have you ever thought about the ingredients necessary to make a […]
Tools to make you THINK differently about your business If you have a serious problem, it’s critical to explore everything […]
Tools to make you THINK differently about your business Have you ever thought about who, when and why the traditional […]
The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) recently surveyed over 650 organisations worldwide and found that, whilst 75% had implemented major strategic […]
One of our Associates, Stuart Swalwell, recently spent some time in Los Angeles with Bill Bellows, Associate Fellow at Pratt […]
We all want our staff and workforce to go home safety to their loved ones at night and it does […]
If you can cast your mind back far enough, the list is as long as it is depressing – the […]
Suppliers and sub contractors throughout the construction supply chain have, for a long time, had to complete a vast number […]
The UK can meet its environmental target to cut greenhouse emissions by 60% over the next 20 years, the Committee […]
Across the World, over one million ISO 9001 certificates have now been awarded according to the latest figures from the […]
The new ISO 26000 standard, Guidance on Social Responsibility, was published late last year and gives guidance on the underlying […]
The recent Sony hack attack has shown how vulnerable our increasing love affair with the online world had made us. […]
The first conviction under corporate manslaughter legislation introduced in 2007 has now been made. A geologist died when taking soil […]
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