Bold leadership and a positive approach to taking risks could see corporates transform from the disrupted to the disruptors
The average age of tech startup founders is older than you might think
Business leaders of tomorrow need to prioritise self-development and ensure they are constantly renewing their skills and capabilities
Assumptions of chief financial officers are often outdated, and organisations that are repositioning them at the centre of the business are making enormous gains
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
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
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'?
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