To complement our increasingly technology-reliant workplaces, surely successful 21st century organisations must focus on people and meaningful work. James Murphy, founder of Engage International and The Lotus Awards, finds that successful companies work within four pillars, either naturally or by design. The four pillars directly support success and high performance across the workforce, and Murphy considers them to be essential. Read about the four pillars and the applicability of the ‘COLOURS’ model.
Why is sustainability critical to the future of work? How can employers and employees evolve practices and better themselves while also making a positive impact on society? Learn more from Engage International’s CEO and founder, James Murphy who shares insights into the topic. In this interview, he also tells MARGINALIA the vision of CISP – The Culture, Innovation and Sustainability Project.
The Industree Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation and Sonata Software, have introduced a beta version of an e-commerce store front for creative manufacturing enterprises run by women in India. The ambition of the e-marketplace is to help lift 1 million Indian craftspeople out of poverty.
British Safety Council launches IEMA Foundation Certificate in Environmental Management, giving students the skills to build responsible sustainable companies.