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A few months ago I nominated Bhagi Shah, one of our founding directors, for the LaingBuisson awards under the category of "Management Consultant". This covers: “Excellence in the provision of strategic or commercial advice on a transaction or as a retained advisor with a focus on relevant case
I’ve got some great news for all the major buyers of professional services. After extensive personal research I’ve uncovered 9 reasons to still choose a big 4 type business to deliver your needs. So here we go with number 1:
Probably not. Despite most people expecting England to beat Croatia, it was still unlikely that football would be ‘coming home’. If you reckoned that England had a 55% chance of beating Croatia, they probably had no more than a 45% chance of beating France in the final – so a less than 25% chance overall. At the start of the tournament, if you assumed that England were 80% likely to
If chronic stress is the poison, resilience is the antidote. Resilience is not just a buzz word. It's an absolutely essential skill for anyone who wants to thrive in their professional and personal life, especially in today's modern world where the levels of stress, anxiety and depression continue to rise. In this paper I explore the root causes and impact of workplace stress in the UK - it's
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018. Getting your organisation to a GDPR compliant standard is not easy, as the change will impact the whole organisation. Even after Brexit, you will still need to comply. After years of working with our clients on implementing change and managing projects, which involve sensitive
Oxford Dictionaries have declared “post-truth” to be the Word of the Year for 2016. They define ‘post-truth’ as ‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief’. While the first usage with this meaning appears to date from 1992, it is