Helping Gen Ys To Become The International Managers Of The Future

By Barry Thomas. According to Future Workplace it is estimated that by 2025, Gen Y workers will account for 75 percent of the workforce. Indeed, Gen Ys are set to becomethe international leaders of the future and are therefore a critical talent pool forglobalorganisations to coach and mentor. Gen Ys are increasingly moving towards managerial […]

Boost Your Business By Boosting Your Brain

By Dr Helena Popovic MBBS. Your most powerful business asset is your brain. By understanding how your brain works, you can work more productively, creatively and efficiently. You can learn how to think more incisively, focus more effectively and sustain your mental energy throughout the day. Here are some of the latest findings from neuroscience […]

Online Tools To Help You Improve Your Productivity

By Kevin Dam. Collectively, SMEs can be the driving force of a recovering economy because of the energy, flexibility and responsiveness inherent in the sector. Astute owners and managers are always ready and waiting to take advantage of any tools or technology that will boost their financial performance or productivity – particularly during a slow […]

How To Protect Your Intellectual Property

By Kim Khor. Corporate information systems are thought of as housing data-like documents, messages and databases. They should also include all digital devices like mobile phones, cameras and GPS (global positioning system) navigators. When people use any of these systems, their actions are also converted into data. Each action is recorded in some way and […]

Implementing A Crisis And Recovery Management Plan Across Borders

By Barry Thomas. A corporate crisis can strike at any moment and in any location. Indeed, a crisis relates to an incident, human or natural, that requires urgent attention or action to protect life, property, environment or reputation. In the age of digital media, it can be business as usual one day and, without prior […]

Beyond 2014

By Donna Hanson. Take a moment to think way back in time… well, back to 2008 to be precise. Facebook was gaining momentum as the major social media tool and Twitter was new to the scene. Fast forward just four years to 2012 and the London Olympics. Social media use was in full force. Marketing, […]

CUSTOMER SERVICE AND THE BOTTOM LINE

By Ray Hodge. Companies, sole traders and those blessed with the entrepreneurial gift, spend inordinate amounts of time and energy focussing on increasing sales and profits, and rightly so. Always on the hunt for new opportunities, we create front end strategies, strategic partnerships and referral mechanisms to build the ever evolving sales pipeline. Included in […]