From remote working to BYOD policies, digital evolution means the offices of today are in many ways unrecognisable from the workplaces of years gone by. But this doesn’t just affect the employee experience. It’s also had a significant impact on how recruiters work. Which means senior IT decision makers always need to have one eye on new trends – and the other on what their organisations need to do to ride the waves of digital
You only have to open a newspaper to see that many retailers in the UK are struggling. Rising operational costs, price pressure from online-only competitors, or even consumption fatigue – there’s all sorts of reasons why shops are feeling the squeeze. And with many retailers now operating physically and digitally, there’s two different fronts to deliver on.
Fortunately, there are lots of strategies retailers can employ to keep thriving in this challenging environment. Like putting customer
Next year will be the 50th anniversary of the first moon landings, and the historic ‘giant leap for mankind’, which expanded our earthly horizons forever.
Sharing the same birthday landmark is also the very first Wide Area Network; conceived to a backdrop of Jimi Hendrix, the Woodstock Festival, and the first flight of Concorde, it certainly emerged and grew up in a time of change.
The first real use of a WAN was by common agreement ARPANET,
Over the last decade, most businesses have invested a lot of time and effort into supporting millennial employees, whether that’s ruminating on their preferred communication style (do they still pick up the phone?) or simply working out what their needs are.
But with many millennials heading into their late thirties, a fresh cohort – Generation Z – are entering the workplace. Which means your business communications strategy needs to start considering a new style of worker.Wondering
Most businesses have tried and trusted approaches to running their organisations, honed after many years of experience. In some areas, this makes perfect sense – providing friendly and helpful customer service, for example, will never go out of style. But it’s also important to be open to new ways of doing things. And as our recent Survive + Thrive research report found, this willingness to try new strategies might ever be a marker of business
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