Management

Data Protection Tips for Recruiters
By Alaina Agnes · 2 years ago
Recruiters or hiring managers play a significant role in any organization as they help in bringing more business and employees for sake of alleviating standard and revenue of their company. But, is there any guarantee ...
Choosing a Commercial Remodeling Contractor
By Janet Slagell · 2 years ago
When it comes to business, many of us are looking for ways to improve our workflow, but preferably without having to increase our spending. However, there are some instances where it is necessary to spend ...
5 Trends That Will Change The Workspace
By Annie Fernandes · 2 years ago
1.Wearables Gartner predicts that sales of wearable devices are about to reach USD 322.6 million by the end of 2017. Wearables offer utmost convenience, as executives do not have to lead sedentary lives anymore. They ...
What Are the Future Russian Billionaires Doing Featured
By Oleg Shnur · 2 years ago
The Russian dollar billionaires’ names are on everyone’s lips. LEONID MICHELSON, GENNADIY TIMCHENKO, ALISHER USMANOV and many others… All those interested in economic processes know anyhow who they are and how they have made gains. ...
Understanding RORO Logistics
By Charles Bahandi · 2 years ago
Shipping across the globe can be a complicated puzzle that can require a company major supply chain needs. With a wide array of options available to piece together the perfect logistics mix, many shippers look ...
Policy Writing for Small Businesses
By Sam Pearce · 3 years ago
Running a small business can be a challenge when it comes to policies and procedures just as much as for a medium or large business. However, policies are essential for the running of any business ...
Getting Ready for Project Nexus this June
By Lynne Lycett · 3 years ago
The gas industry is about to undergo a huge update in June. When will the update take place? This update called Project Nexus, managed by Ofgem, will be ‘going live’ on the 1st June 2017. ...
Dr Kraus‘ Concept On Implementing Change Management And How To Get It Right First Time
By Okoth Erick · 2 years ago
Achieving a dramatic cultural change can be a tall order for many businesses. To get it right, the company must do a lot of consulting work. I have seen it first hand because I have ...
Is Your Company Security Policy Worse than Worthless?
By George Babnick · 2 years ago
One of my earliest cases as a private investigator involved a chain of auto repair shops where managers at some shops were suspected of pocketing cash payments from customers. The owner also suspected that some ...
How to Save Energy & Money in Different Business Sectors
By Lynne Lycett · 3 years ago
Whilst there are ways BAS Energy can help a business to save money, there are also ways in which they can help themselves to be more energy efficient whilst being in the workplace. Here are ...
Kahler's Five Drivers: Which One Is Yours?
By Eddassi Hassane · 2 years ago
In 1975, Taibi Kahler, an American author, psychologist and presidential communications advisor, established and developed what he called "the five human drivers" or "the big five" that influence the path of our lives in several ...
Are Servant Leaders Obsolete?
By Eileen Mcdargh · 3 years ago
It's a question that has many of us in the leadership resiliency field pondering with great uneasiness. The current public personas of people whom we would title "leaders" are a far cry from the model ...
5 Great Benefits of an EPoS System for a Restaurant or Bar
By John Henry · 3 years ago
The challenges of running a successful bar or restaurant are very different from other forms of retail environments, but an effective (Electronic Point-of-Sale) EPoS system can help drive your business to the next level with ...
Business Energy Contracts: Choosing The Right One For Your Business
By Lynne Lycett · 3 years ago
Keeping costs low is a crucial part of any business whether it be SME (Small or Medium Enterprise) or a Corporate entity. One way of lowering a businesses’ costs is through their energy usage. Selecting ...
The lack of integration between strategic planning and crisis management
By O. P. Fleming · 3 years ago
Business crises occur every day, from serious accidents to the infamous coffee spill at McDonalds. In the introductory chapter of his book "The crisis manager: Facing risk and responsibility", Otto Lerbinger writes about the present ...
Leadership and Humor: Jolly Good!
By Karyn Buxman · 3 years ago
As I began the interview for my podcast, I looked at his boyish grin and into his playful eyes. "My guest today is Chade-Meng Tan, and he’ll be sharing his insights on leading with levity." ...
POS Systems
By Corlynne O'sullivan · 3 years ago
Technologies in marketing and business are continuously advancing. In order to keep up with competition it might seem like you have to keep upgrading in many areas, investing in a good ePOS system will save ...
BYE - The Leadership Metric That Matters
By Bill Treasurer · 3 years ago
You hear a lot about the importance of metrics in organizations. When it comes to behavior and performance, as the saying goes, you get what you measure. It's also said that you can't manage what ...
"I Just Received a Bomb threat . . . what do I do?"
By George Babnick · 3 years ago
Does your company have a bomb threat policy and procedure? If you don’t know, or if you have one but have no real idea what it says, you are not alone. Along with conducting workplace ...
Why Would Anyone Hire a Physical Security Consultant?
By George Babnick · 3 years ago
In addition to owning and operating a private investigations business in my home state of Oregon, I also work as a Physical Security Consultant. Investigations remain the main focus of my business, but sometimes investigations ...