The digital age has given rise to new kinds of possessions – digital possessions. How similar or different are they from other possessions that people have is tracked in our …
As a business, you want to create the perfect work environment where your staff members can thrive. Not only will your staff enjoy their jobs more in a positive work …
Business analysis plays an important part in many projects, and the role of a business analyst involves understanding systems, processes and organisational structures, identifying future needs, providing solutions, and helping project teams …
Bangalore is the nerve center of Startup revolution in India. The authors unravel three key elements about Bangalore that connect to each other in a way that they feed off each other, creating a unique entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Saluto Wellness is one of the brightest flag bearers of the Startup revolution in India. When two senior corporate executives gave-up their cushy jobs and started the company, little did they know that it will take them on a journey of a lifetime. Read about Saluto’s success and find out how startup revolution in India has something to offer to everyone.
Historically, Japan and India always had a strong synergy. This article explores how this synergy is now spilling over to create open innovation and collaboration opportunities between Indian Startups and Japanese businesses. The result is revolutionary.
The article explores the impact of start-up culture on the society. The article discusses the key dimensions of socio-cultural fabric termed as CORDS (Convergence and connectivity, Openness to ideas, Relationship and Risk, Development and education and Sensitivity) and their implication on this emerging paradigm.
Despite a significant uptick in investment in emerging technologies in the past 12 months, UK executives lack confidence in their own digital skills.
More than 6 million UK adults are already self-employed or working as a contractor, with 6% of full-time professionals looking to make the transition this year.
Service design is the activity of utilising resources and people to build and sustain services that not only meet customer needs but can also add that little bit of magic …
New research by Odgers Connect, the consulting arm of executive search firm Odgers Berndtson, has revealed that the majority (37%) of retailers are turning to independent consultants over traditional management consultancy firms for the specific expertise they can offer.
More than two-thirds of global employees work remotely every week, and over 50% do so for at least half of the week, heralding a major reassessment of corporate real estate, according to a comprehensive new global study.
Institutional pension fund investors are increasingly determining investment strategy based on the diversity of corporate boards, reveals new research from Green Park. The company’s research found that a large majority of institutional pension fund investors say that both the gender (83 per cent) and ethnic (73 per cent) composition of corporate boards is now a consideration when deciding their investment strategy.
It’s Volunteers’ Week from 1st to 7th June 2018 – a week that celebrates the valuable work of millions of volunteers across the UK.