From developing a sales methodology to how to innovate safely, Alan shares opinions and reflections from his 30-year business experience helping organisations through significant structural or process changes. Each post has a useful topic tag to guide your reading choice.
With a combination of sound judgement, good decision-making and empathy, the CFO needs to be the steady voice of reason.
I think it’s a good idea to take some time out now and consider the consequences for your business and plan accordingly. Agility is key.
Silo thinking is a natural phenomenon that develops in almost every organisation. In a nutshell, the problems were caused by silo-thinking.
We often miss opportunities to see the potential in collaborating with others. Here is an encouraging example of great collaboration.
As businesses reopen after enforced hibernation, there are mixed messages about how we’re all coping.
This significant crisis has not gone away and yet it will have massive impact on our country and our supply chains in particular.
Budgets are not plans. Budgets are a set of numbers that show you the anticipated score of the game.
This Christmas, it’s not just about fighting for the local market. Customers the world over are influenced by great content and authenticity.