Why manufacturing must digitally transform

Digital transformation without the right culture is meaningless and companies that fail to appreciate its importance risk stumbling at the first hurdle

Manufacturing talent: what can you do to bridge the gap?

Man using screwdriver on charging point for EV

As the engineering and manufacturing sectors continually evolve, filling the gaps in talent created by technological change remains a constant battle

Ignoring diversity will cut you off from new talent

Recruiting and developing employees who fit neatly into a pre-defined culture can create a one-dimensional workforce, and this attitude needs to change for businesses to be truly inclusive

Embrace neurodiversity or miss out

A largely misunderstood and unemployed group of people could present companies with new ways of thinking, but stigmas are holding many back from fulfilling their potential

What skills do the engineers of the future need?

In the grip of a choking skills shortage, the engineering sector faces tough questions of how best to attract new recruits and equip them for lifelong employment

Talent management: how to tempt the best offshore

Recruiting and retaining key workers in developed financial centres may present a challenge, but there are strategies which can help

‘I liked the people so much, I bought the company’

Mario Queiroz president of Google keynote

Acquiring talent by buying a company has worked for some organisations, but may be a risky strategy

UK businesses need to focus on talent management

Office block with professionals working inside

Talent management faces a shake-up if the UK is to brave new business frontiers in the wake of Brexit