In a recent survey, 45 percent of those questioned believed insufficient attention was being paid to developing the skillsets of the next generation of finance chiefs.
We have seen through the last 18 months how quickly supply chains can be disrupted by external forces in the most unexpected ways.
Debbie Bowen-Heaton identifies three key strategies to reset business processes and drive future growth.
Disruption to your business doesn’t have to spell disaster. Whether it’s minor supply chain hiccups, competitor activity, or global events, many organizations can turn these situations to their advantage and even find new ways to disrupt the markets.
Written by the experts at Oliver Wight, the book gives readers a clear understanding of what is required to operate at a high rate of proficiency, what is known as Class A Excellence.
The impact of the pandemic on the way people shop is profound and we won’t be returning to 2019 when it is all over.
How important is packaging for brands in 2021 compared to early 2020 and to what extent do brands that fail to embrace sustainable packaging risk being left out at the check-out?
As the pandemic has caused havoc and distorted normal working practices, it has been easy for companies to forget the long-term goals of the business, instead resorting to crisis management mode.
FMCG companies are in danger of wasting their AI and automation investments, warns Debbie Bowen-Heaton
It has certainly been an interesting time to be alive! Whilst we have all become used to change being the norm, the amount of change that has occurred over the last 18 months goes well beyond any type of ‘norm’.
Proactive, determined, thoughtful. Three words to describe Nina, our Senior Marketing Executive.
During times of change and uncertainty the prevailing wisdom is to batten down the hatches and ride out the storm. While this wisdom may serve you well out on the open seas, it is the opposite of what businesses need to be doing right now.