Dell’s chief financial officer Tom Sweet tells Raymond Snoddy how his role in the multinational computer company is evolving under private ownership
No business, no matter how big or established, can afford to stand still for fear of becoming yesterday’s news
For 20 years, Harvard Business School leadership and change guru Dr John P. Kotter’s eight steps for business transformation have helped leaders revitalise their organisations
Tech innovations are transforming workplaces faster than ever. The challenge for leaders is to ride this technological wave of change and pick out the benefits, without losing sight of company objectives
Boosted by technology and changing expectations, consumers are increasingly setting the business agenda
Senior executives who can transform businesses are particularly valuable in an era when organisations must be lean and adaptive. But what are the skills that make someone a transformational leader and is it possible to acquire them?
People and their complex individual needs are at the heart of every successful business transformation process, says Andy Tinlin, Management Consultancies Association board member
Generation Y is notoriously savvy, opinionated and political, so ignore them at your peril. Any business undergoing a major change needs to cater for this group’s specific needs or face a fresh-faced rebellion