With a recent survey revealing that ‘managing growth and change’ is the second biggest concern for SME business leaders, it’s clear that, while this issue is top of the agenda for smaller businesses, many have concerns about making it happen.
And it’s hardly surprising. From securing funding to practical measures like finding new premises, a lot of complicated strategising goes into growing a business, and SMEs can have limited resource to achieve this with. As a
It’s official: last year’s winter was the worst on record for the NHS, with patient care suffering on an unprecedented scale. Hundreds of thousands of patients were left waiting in hospital corridors and ambulances, while countless procedures were cancelled, and staff battled to keep providing quality services in the face of it all.
In part, this was down to the weather – February saw a cold snap so drastic it even has its own Wikipedia page.
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
Following major changes to A-level exams in 2018, the number of students ‘who secured pass grades at A-level dropped to its lowest point in eight years’. As a result, many were forced to head through the clearing process. But scary as this might sound, tens of thousands of places were actually still available, including spots at 18 leading UK Russell Group universities.
By the end of the period, 60,100 students gained places through clearing – setting
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