‘Call me an inventor with a business edge’

The best of both worlds is to have a razor-sharp academic mind and be able to build a solid business, as Dan Matthews reports

Project managers worth their weight in gold

The debate rages whether project management is a profession in its own right, as Charles Orton-Jones reports

Training boosts success rates and retains staff

Increasingly companies are realising that staff with project management skills add real value to a business, as Kathryn Hopkins discovers

Don’t undervalue human capital

Treating staff members as valuable business assets in a knowledge-based economy requires investment, as Kathryn Hopkins reports

Investing in UK’s future

Strong asset management of utilities networks is required to replace ageing infrastructure while maintaining services, writes Olivia Gagan

Employing people with disabilities boosts business

There are many good reasons why it pays to have a diverse workforce, as Karen Higginbottom discovers

Figures are stacked against disabled people in austerity Britain

Despite greater understanding of their needs, disabled people continue to face barriers to employment as well as wage discrimination, writes Clare Bettelley

Bouncing back in sport

Paralympian Claire Harvey, captain of the GB sitting volleyball team, says business could learn from her experience of disability sport