Business meetings: face-to-face versus digital, where is the real value? In a digital world, with so many digital meeting platforms available and with many new digital consumer experiences emerging, it’s easy to see why this question is so relevant right now. There is arguably no longer a need to meet face-to-face or to be in the same… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Business meetings
In my mother’s day, women were expected to quit their jobs when they married. Smoking at your desk and boozy lunches were still the norm. This concept seems crazy to us, and in ten years time, I believe we’ll also look back on our own common practices and ask: “What were we thinking?” The problem is… Continue reading 5 Management practices on the way out
Meetings often become a work based social function on company time and at company cost. The thought of socialising with fellow staff and being paid at the same time is sure to keep meetings a popular distraction to lonely work routines. Many companies have a tendency to gravitate toward their objectives by the sheer momentum… Continue reading Meetings: how to turn a cost into an asset
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