Why more perks won’t guarantee engagement

“We need to make bigger heroes of these type of employers which do treat staff fairly, with dignity and where everyone shares the rewards for hard work”

What employee ownership could do for your business

Companies owned by their employees may have important lessons for human resources leaders to learn

Stakeholder theory: helping business do good and do well

Business is increasingly being rethought so it operates sustainably for people and the planet, as well as for profit

Keeping stakeholders onside during business change

People often feel uncomfortable with constant change – so it’s vitally important to keep stakeholders onside when a business needs to transform and reinvent itself

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

Are reserves a curse or cure?

When governments and other national stakeholders take control of oil and gas reserves, there can be disadvantages as well as the seemingly obvious advantages, writes Jim McClelland