Your source for insights, expertise and best practices across a range of relevant topics and industries for project-based businesses operating in the UK and Europe.
The recently-released best practice guide to overcoming project and business performance challenges, How Consulting Firms Win – The Definitive Playbook, defines the most common areas consulting firms find competitive gains (project delivery, growth, profitability, and talent) to help your firm put its own successful plays into place. Whether you’ve just downloaded the Playbook, or you downloaded it recently and are having a tough time deciding the first performance area you’d like to tackle first, we would like to offer a few “get started” tips that might help you ease yourself in.
Ruth Thomas, Industry Principal at Curo Compensation discusses 4 core considerations when it comes to creating an employee reward programme for the modern workforce.
The COO’s that we partner with are sharpening their focus, introducing digital talent management and closing inefficiency gaps. Read where they are seeing the benefits.
Globally the professional services industry is facing a yawning skills gaps, posing a huge risk to profitability. Our latest blog offers advice on strategic workforce planning for leaders looking to plug the skills gap.
To stay relevant, consulting firms need to adapt and embrace technology. Otherwise, they risk losing their competitive edge. Our latest blog explores how firms are approaching innovation in consulting.
In the professional services industry, no two projects are alike and more often than not they are considerably different. In this video you can learn more about how to better manage your project lifecycle
With high-flying talent so valuable - and so scarce - you'll therefore want to do everything you can to hold onto your best people and get the best out of your team. But is your talent management programme effective enough? Is it taking into account the 'bigger picture'?
The UK has been experiencing low productivity since the recession began in 2008. Is the 6 hour day the answer to low productivity?
In today’s business environment where flexible working arrangements are becoming more popular and the need for employees to share information quickly and more easily is essential, the argument for a centralised HR data repository becomes stronger and stronger.
A high level of turnover can have a detrimental effect on a company – not only is it time consuming and costly to constantly replace staff but productivity slumps as it can take a while for new employees to get fully up to speed. Here are some tips to avoid this situation.
We all want the best performance possible from our employees, but there are a number of factors in play and achieving this isn’t always easy. So here are a few things to consider to help bring out the best in your team.
At HR Tech World in Paris We meet with almost 100 managers from a variety of industries to ask them what their three main challenges were in their role. Here are their answers:
Retaining your top talent should be one of your main priorities - Here are some tips on how to do it.
Employees are your most valuable asset. Consider these three tips to effectively manage your talent.
Is your business able to ensure you have the right project manager working on the right project?
Learn how a talent management system can help you to manage the entire employee lifecycle
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