We asked those from the corporate world for their favourite examples of social media done right – and the lessons that can be gleaned from them.
While my years of working for Google honed my commercial and strategic mindset, it was my tenure as a ski-cross competitor that arguably contributed the most to running my own business.
When we think of addictions, the ones that take a toll on the body spring to mind: tobacco, alcohol and drugs. But there are many more compulsive behaviours people display everyday and in the workplace, that fly under the radar because they don’t seem dangerous.
Social Media Week has just begun. All over the world professionals will be discussing the latest trends and best practices for making the most out of corporate channels – and it represents a fantastic opportunity for your business to do the same.
Tony Glass, VP and GM EMEA at Skillsoft, discusses the rapid evolution of the modern workforce and how this should be reflected in new approaches to learning and development.
While there is no easy way to fix the difference in wage levels, recent Adzuna research indicated certain regions were far from closing the gender pay gulf in comparison to others.
Two tours of Bruges, 32 tickets to sell and a battle for the highest profit. Week six of The Apprentice emphasised how not to treat staff, as project managers Sarah-Jayne Clark and Elizabeth McKenna tried to guide their teams to victory with somewhat contrasting leadership styles.
When Instagram launched in 2010, few people could have predicted the success that the photo sharing platform was going to have. Seven years later, the app has over 400m active users every day.
You’d be surprised how many pivotal deals, shock revelations or diabolical double-crossings in cinematic history have been conducted over conference calls.
Deciding how your company describes and advertises itself is imperative to gaining new customers – and there are key words that you should take on board to get the job done.
A map of London, questionable knowledge on Jewish traditions and a race for one of the country’s few remaining “original” Amstrad computers – in week five of The Apprentice, candidates battled in Lord Sugar’s favourite product task, which, this year, was all about him turning 70.
Happiness can be a driving force for better performance and productivity and it’s simply a good idea to be happy in your daily job.