Why it’s time to make culture the main driver of change for your enterprise

Culture - we’ve talked about it a lot recently and how businesses with a happy and engaged workforce tend to succeed more than those with a poor culture. In fact, research suggests businesses with a poor company culture cost the UK economy £23.6million a year. But culture is more, much more than that.

As organisations try to navigate the turbulent and unpredictable business landscape,...

Data is becoming the linchpin at the heart of business – and here’s what comes next

According to Gartner, transforming into a digital business is the number one priority for most organisations. In fact, a brief look at Gartner’s Top Insights for the C-Suite, 2018-2019 edition, highlights that we have reached a tipping point, in terms of digitally driven businesses, for both the private and public sector.

Before we jump into the numbers what on earth are we talking about? Everyone...

Putting culture into practice: Transforming employee happiness for greater efficiency

Glassdoor recently published the “2019 Best Places to Work – Employees’ Choice” and a quick scan of reviews by employees shows just how much a positive work culture matters. In fact, last year’s “The Culture Economy” report found that a third of British employees quit their jobs due to a bad workplace culture.

Deloitte’s 2012 “Culture in the...