Biggest drivers behind digital transformation

Increasingly, at work, people expect the same slick, powerful technology and the same efficient, flexible methods that they’ve become used to as consumers. In short, they expect to work the way they live

Better leaders key to productivity

Cultural changes are forcing companies to think and act differently – and managing them is essential to business success

Construction - connected

The construction industry has considerable growth prospects, but a significant challenge – the management of risk across the supply chain, which threatens to hold back many organisations from reaching their full potential

Innovation and transformation

Standing still in business is not an option if you want to nurture and sustain growth, writes Charles Orton-Jones

Avoid pitfalls of financial change

Successful companies never stop evolving and finance departments must embrace necessary change, writes Rebecca Brace

Troubleshooting transformation

Ian Winham, chief financial and chief information officer of £78-billion imaging and electronics company Ricoh, talks to Edwin Smith about problems encountered in finance transformation projects – and how to overcome them

Re-architect for business insight

A less-than-cultured friend of mine once told me: “Ballet is a French word meaning ‘expensive nap’.” In response, I joked that, even if this were true, it at least meant something, unlike most of the corporate jargon I encounter in my day job, says Tom Monahan, CEB chairman and chief executive officer

Succeed at transformation

Succeeding at business transformation will never be an easy task, but there are a number of factors which can help to influence positive results. Drawing on his experience as an independent business transformation specialist, Steve Deverill, of Eton Bridge Partners, an executive search and interim management organisation, examines the essential ingredients