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

Can you really teach workers soft skills?

The recent increase in demand for so-called soft skills, such as communication and adaptability, has been inevitable. How to equip workers with these skills, however, is less clear-cut

Creating leaders at every level

It is said that leadership is an attitude, management a position, so how can businesses encourage the attitude that any employee, including those outside the C-Suite, should consider themselves a 'leader'?

How to lead a high-growth business

Being able to learn from mistakes, adapt to changing conditions and show self-awareness are all common attributes of successful leaders at early-stage companies

How digital transformation is a state of mind

‘Digitalisation is not a project to be planned and managed; it is a way of behaving and thinking’

Do you really still need both a CIO and CTO?

Enterprise technology and the people who govern it have changed beyond recognition, which can lead to an overlapping of roles between the chief information officer and chief technology officer

Can ‘non-salespeople’ sell?

From fresh perspectives to a better understanding of customer needs, individuals from unconventional backgrounds could make a big impact on an organisation’s sales function, but not everyone agrees

How sales organisations should deal with the tech revolution

‘If an organisation wants its salespeople to be the best they can be, for longer, it needs to take an active role in their development’