What needs to change now? Digital transformation is shifting from technology to capability – and this means it’s time to double-down on transformation skills.
Marketing and social media are fundamental to business growth. Here’s the chance to upskill your team and build a plan for your future.
With disruption a constant for most businesses, we need a new way of looking at the future. This article provides new focus.
As the pandemic changes our ways of working, organisations have to adapt their digital strategy. Here are four tips to get started.
Regardless of whether you are a B2B or B2C enterprise, one way that you can reignite your customer base is by redefining your brand, particularly around your business values. Customers no longer wish to be sold products from businesses that are not aligned with their values.
There is no doubt that change has been thrust upon us. But as always – with change, comes change. For us to be able to respond to change at personal, professional, organisational and social levels, we need to create change. In this short, sharp panel, we bring together experts in the field of change management to share their knowledge, experience and practical advice.
Following your dreams and setting a path for your future can be two of the most daunting things to tackle. But what if you could get your dreams out of your head and create a plan?
Never has there been a more important time to get strategy right.
Our next panel session in the Disruptors Co New Ways series looks at how strategy is shifting in the Covid era and considers what can be done to remain resilient while the economic recovery runs its course.
There is do doubt that the ways that we work, live and build our lives has been interrupted by Covid19. But this interruption - or dare we say, “disruption” - has given us pause for thought. Are we creating the business world we want to work in? How does this/ impact...
As working from home becomes an entrenched part of our working lives, we are now turning our attention to the realities and rituals of a new way of working. This means finding personal ways to incorporate professional practices, and vice versa. It also means...