Chief executive of WPP shares ten insights from his business experience.
I have co-edited a book about the Scottish uplands which I believe offers important lessons for us in here in the West Midlands as we pursue our narrative of sustainability.
These days employers can only afford to hire the best, sadly leaving a substantial band of job seekers unable to find employment.
A game format can help you go beyond your usual agendas and, by so doing, help you grapple with wider issues, learning from the group discussion.
CoA asked for guidance in relation to whether an organisation needs to begin consultation at an early stage when it is merely thinking about changes which might result in redundancies.
There remains a big job ahead if
the West Midlands is to get its act together and this is not being helped by the cutbacks.
Many of the bigger issues of the change programme proposes are aimed at the economy - heading off the perfect storm some westerners forecast.
Trevor says: "If you have a dream, whatever it may be, don't wear it as a badge. When you get the chance incorporate it into your life."
Around one in six firms are bringing production back home, driven by concerns over costs, quality and turnaround times
This is develops the argument in my current Birmingham Post column on how we need to make the most of HS2 for wider regional regeneration. For more on this, buy this week's Birmingham Post...
There is an increasing awareness about the need to start planning for retirement from an early age and the benefits of pension saving have been dealt with previously in this column.
Along with Chambers & Partners, the other industry bible, The Legal 500 is still highly regarded by firms and clients alike.
The case for HSR now seems to have shifted onto its possible role in boosting regional regeneration in the West Midlands.
The business world is a rollercoaster ride with plenty of smoke and mirrors – and unseen cul de sacs – dotted across the global village of business journalism.
Boris Johnson has made no bones about his dismay at the government's timetable for the Airport Commission review.
The last week has been peculiar in the variety of messages being presented as to where we are in the economic cycle.
The Government’s decision to freeze the inheritance tax nil rate band until 2015 will create new liabilities
for a number of families.
zero-hours contract may be used for casual work, where the employer can
choose from a pool of available workers as and when they are required.
its function in our political life? An instrument of self-aggrandisement for Len McCluskey and a convenient bogeyman for the Tories.
Start saying it above a whisper – the fortunes of the West Midlands seem to be taking an upward turn.