Surviving Technological Disruption for Senior Executives

Surviving Technological Disruption for Senior Executives When: 4 Jul 2017 Where: London 4th July, 1 pm to 4pm, London Nearly 50% of UK executives believe their business model will not exist in the next 5 years. Digital transformation goes far beyond customer experience and internal process improvements. Massive social and technological change are enablers for new start-ups and new […]

Does Size Really Matter: An Insight into Whether You Can Be Too Small or Too Big to Disrupt Your Market

Does Size Really Matter: An Insight into Whether You Can Be Too Small or Too Big to Disrupt Your Market Published by Georgie Fairweather  Winner of the PathFinder4 student blog competition, University of Hertfordshire student Georgie Fairweather, explores the role of company size when disrupting existing markets. It can happen at any time, by anyone, anywhere – and it will almost always […]

Cybercriminals Cause Havoc. People and Culture are the Answer.

Cybercriminals Cause Havoc. People and Culture are the Answer. In the defence of our businesses against cybercrime, Tony Dimech discusses the necessity of a holistic approach to security with people at its heart, and training that engenders proactivity. Last year 75% of small businesses in the UK experienced a cyber breach. The average cost of a breach for small businesses can be anything from […]

Defining Training Needs in a Disruptive World

Defining Training Needs in a Disruptive World Organisational psychologist and coach, Hugo Immink, explores why conventional corporate training no longer works – and what to do about it. In the corporate world, conventional training tries to bridge skill gaps. The gap that exists between a current skillset and a desired skillset. With the aim to drive sustainable growth and profit for the business. In a disruptive world however, […]