Personal branding has become a crucial skill in the workplace. Katrina Cliffe, Managing Director of KC Communications, gives her insight on personal branding.
A halo effect is the culmination of success in marketing, alliances, brand loyalty and quality products, explains Steve de Mamiel
The sharing economy has the potential to disrupt the executive education sector. Clementine Boyer-Duroselle speaks to two experts in the sharing economy to find out more.
Poor sleep leads to diminished performance and productivity and increased health and safety risks, so it must be addressed by individuals and organisations, writes Dr Neil Stanley.
The rise of the sharing economy is changing the workplace and how people work. HR Manager Biljana Kocevska Adam discusses this impact this has on employers and employees.
For many of us our Monday to Friday contains a fair bit of rushing; to catch the train to work, meet a client or finish a project on time. On top of this things don’t always go according to plan, whether it’s the smaller inconveniences like missing the bus to work (again!) or more significant disappointments, like losing a sale, missing a deadline or missing out on a promotion.
Speaking at AMBA’s global conference, Peter Tufano argued the need for MBAs to become masters of social change mastery of social change
The mistrusted recruitment industry will be disrupted by the sharing economy, so MBAs’ candidate recommendations will be valued highly by their organisations, argues Juliet Eccleston.
What are the globalisation drivers for Chinese firms and what paths and strategies are they adopting? Katherine Xin provides insights into their motives and approaches.
Most businesses hit a wall at some point on their journey. Whether it’s an unexpected event, or a barrier that develops over time, what differentiates the businesses that break through from those that fail is often the mindset of the business leader – and how this is mirrored by others.
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