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Motivation is a big thing in the workplace. It helps make sure that staff are productive with their time, open to changes in the business, and prepared to provide their skills to the company for the long term. If you have demotivated staff, changes to technology...

By Annabel Sweet: People, Culture and Change Lead Implementation and deployment of new technology is one of the most challenging things that an organisation can go through. It’s fraught with potentially costly errors that could cause a project to be delayed beyond deadline or, worse, disengage...

Organisational agility feels like a fairly new concept, but hasn’t it always been the case that businesses need to make sure they are equipped to adapt in response to changes in the market? Perhaps the reason it’s spoken about more now is due to the...

This blog is a real game changer. Sure, it requires some blue sky thinking, but if you’re prepared to think outside the box, it could produce a paradigm shift in the way you do business. Are you ready to punch a puppy? Wait, what? Business jargon is...

Tesco is looking to tap into the gig economy’s labour model by giving its staff greater flexibility over when and where they work at the supermarket.  Speaking at Oracle’s recent Modern Business Experience event in London, Nigel Fletcher, group HR transformation director for Tesco, revealed...

In this day and age, every HR team should be able to make a good guess at predicting when employees will leave, where to recruit the most suitable candidates, how to identify and attract those suitable candidates, and how to keep them happy once they...

As a leader, it’s crucial that you can hold up a mirror to your organisation and see the company’s people strategy and culture in practice in order to judge its effectiveness. New research suggests that many leaders are struggling to capture that 360-degree view of...

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