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16 Aug 2022

Can businesses changing their approach to marketing really help customers in the cost-of-living crisis?

The Government’s newly appointed tsar has suggested companies play their part and make products and services cheaper by cutting expenses in other areas, but this strategy could have long-term and hidden consequences.

In the press
10 Aug 2022

Employee Engagement during business transformation

London Daily News

Research suggests that the number one reason why business transformation fails is that employees are not signed on. This may suggest if a business transformation effort is to succeed, people are more important than any tech solution.

Blog
02 Aug 2022

How to manage your business in a high inflation environment

What do business leaders need to re-learn or revisit to manage the business in a high inflation environment?

In the press
29 Jul 2022

Is it realistic for food brands to slash marketing in the cost of living crisis?

The Grocer

It’s clear businesses have a role to play in cutting costs, but some ideas present potential long-term concerns.

In the press
15 Jul 2022

Why fast growth SMEs need to plan their way through the current crisis or face rapid decline

Business Matters

Balancing entrepreneurial spirit with scalable infrastructure will helps SMEs build resilience and opportunity against a backdrop of economic unpredictability and rising costs.

In the press
15 Jul 2022

Early recognition of opportunities around the act on corporate due diligence in supply chains through planning

DOAG Business News

The short-sightedness of strategic purchasing has led to flying blind for years - after all, the supplier market often remains a black box. 

Blog
07 Jul 2022

How can businesses predict unconstrained demand in these uncertain times?

Consumers have come to expect prompt delivery of goods, and organizations that keep extending lead times risk losing out – but it’s a hard balance to strike, which is why strategies should include foresight.

Blog
01 Jul 2022

Smarter investment and longer-term thinking is needed to deal with the energy crisis

Yes, the oil companies have profited from a perfect storm, but a windfall tax is not the answer – instead, the government should collaborate with these businesses to accelerate innovation and help the most vulnerable.

Blog
12 Jun 2022

Former comedic actor Zelenskyy’s leadership is no joke – and others should follow his exemplary actions

The Ukrainian President was viewed as something of a comedian until Russia invaded, but by staying in Kyiv and rallying his people around a common cause, he has shown his authenticity, bravery, and now people are willing to die for him.

In the press
31 May 2022

Thoughts on Board Diversity - Biz Dispatch

Biz Dispatch

Over the past few years, gender diversity seems to have improved. For a while, it felt like there were a select group of NEDs who were on multiple boards to prop up the numbers, but this seems to have moved on.

Blog
31 May 2022

Chocolate ‘shrinkflation’ takes the biscuit – but also displays how not to manage costs across future horizons

Tomorrow’s likely success can no longer be measured on today’s results, and without adequate investment in foresight and scenario planning business leaders will make poor long- and short-term decisions.

In the press
26 May 2022

Thoughts on Board Diversity – Entrepreneur Tribune

Entrepreneur Tribune

Over the past few years, gender diversity seems to have improved. For a while, it felt like there were a select group of NEDs who were on multiple boards to prop up the numbers, but this seems to have moved on.

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