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What it takes to steer successful Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation is intimidating for a lot of businesses. Unfortunately, this means many fail to even begin. And those that do, struggle to transform successfully because they lack proper planning and don’t approach the process with the right mindset. Although upending current...


WSO2 welcomes marketing leader Nina Hargus to board of directors

Nina Hargus will build on her success driving growth at Dell Technologies, EMC and VCE as a chief marketing officer to guide WSO2’s go-to-market, brand and marketing strategies. WSO2, a leader in Digital Transformation technology, has announced that Nina Hargus has joined the WSO2 board of...


Support for working parents should be at the heart of every business

The government’s announcement that it is going to extend its free childcare to support more parents returning to work was met with relief by working parents. The high cost of childcare in the UK is no secret and the new support, which will be gradually introduced from April 2024, will allow...


Editor’s Question: Do you think a company can grow too quickly and why?

This magazine is all about business growth and offering advice to business leaders. But can a company grow too quickly? If growth is not gradual, does this leave businesses with gaps in departments and concerns with HR policies? Small companies can sometimes plough on without a HR department, but...


Prescribing the treatment for learning and development inefficiencies in healthcare

Chibeza Agley, Co-founder and CEO at OBRIZUM, talks to us about how healthcare organisations can address inefficiencies in their current training process, saving costs and time, as well as alleviating pressures staff are facing. Learning sits at the heart of evolution and success for...


CEO leads C-suite, C-suite drives business

Lars Koelendorf, EMEA Vice President, Solutions and Enablement at Aruba HPE says CEOs need to work closely with their CIOs to understand the impact that the network could have on every area of business. As a CEO, it is impossible to be involved in every single business decision, which is why you...


Evolving business by putting people first

Investing in a business model that puts your employees first means that you are more likely to retain talent. This involves building a culture and workplace that attracts and retains the workforce, including corporate social responsibility initiatives (CSR) − which includes diversity,...


Managing succession and labour shortages are top concerns of Middle East business leaders

Middle Eastern organisations rate succession challenges and the ability to attract and retain top talent amid a tightening labour market as the biggest risks they face in 2023, according to a new survey from Protiviti and NC State University. The report also reveals that senior decision-makers in...


Majority of UK business leaders feel employees are productive while working remotely

Recently published data by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) claims that the UK is in a productivity crisis, lagging behind many other G7 nations in workforce output. But the majority (85%) of business leaders do not feel that remote and hybrid working is a cause for this, according to new...


Editor’s Question: What are your thoughts on the introduction of a four-day week?

Chantel Emilius, Executive Director of Culture & Engagement at Freedom, explains her thoughts on a four-day week – It’s been a turbulent few years for both employees and employers alike, from managing the uncertainties of the pandemic and the subsequent change in working...


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