Middle managers can make or break agility

Agility requires a different way of working and traditional hierarchies can often be a major challenge, so changing the power dynamic across an organisation is vital

Why police need the skills to counter cybercrime

With cybercrime a growing problem, large-scale investment in developing police skills and attracting cyber-aware officers is vital

Why so many finance automation projects stall

Progress is slowly being made in automating finance activities and processes, but common sticking points often stand in the way of companies achieving their true potential

Eight ways to raise cash without the banks

Banks are still the main source of funds for small and medium-sized businesses, but the variety and popularity of alternative finance options are increasing

Why salespeople should not fear AI

Concerns about sales professionals being automated out of a job are still commonplace, but artificial intelligence is vital to navigate an increasingly complex customer journey

Five new creative jobs for AI

Artificial intelligence is shaking up the world of work, automating out routine tasks and freeing workers to concentrate on the more creative elements of their job. But it can often be surprisingly good at mimicking human creativity, and with varying levels of human involvement is now making inroads into new areas of work

Should you be monitoring your staff with AI?

Technology to monitor employees in the workplace can be put to good effect, but not if it is used to control and micromanage workers

How #MeToo is making its mark on the events industry

From so-called booth babes to sexual harassment of women, sexism remains rife in areas of the events industry, and some organisers must try harder to set a more inclusive tone