Category: Management

The American View: Consider the Guardians

Author: Keil Hubert

Some people will fight to the death to prevent having their minds changed. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger laments that working in Security Training requires you to gingerly suppress users’ instinctive emotional defences before you can get them to change their... Read more

Book review: You should hire Spock

Author: webeditor

Jason Karaian – The Chief Financial Officer – What CFOs do, the influence they have & why it matters – 2014. If you’re a CFO with any doubts about your place within your organisation, your strengths and what your colleagues... Read more

10 things we learnt at the Digital Content Summit 2018

Author: Geoff Dodds

The Digital Content Summit 2018 took place on Tuesday 15th May 2018. The event was a great success and featured insights from a wide range of cross-industry speakers. This is a must-attend summit for anybody interested in publishing, content development,... Read more

Industry 4.0 and Automation

Author: webeditor

Manufacturing is almost synonymous with grim think-pieces on automation. The manufacturing sector is painted as something done in the developing world, soon to be completely replaced by robots, or even something out of a Charles Dickens novel. But manufacturing jobs... Read more

Reader: The 10 commandments of AI

Author: webeditor

Given that artificial intelligence has been raised almost to the status of a religion, it’s hardly surprising that a new 10 commandments on AI and ethical computing have been carved out, writes Chris Middleton writes in Internet of Business. The... Read more

How to lure the big investors of Silicon Valley

Author: webeditor

Attracting investment can be one of the hardest things for a start-up to do today, but if you have a clear value proposition it might be easier than you think It began as a tiny start-up headquartered in Luxembourg, but... Read more

The American View: The Brotherhood of the Unflattering Pants

Author: Keil Hubert

Sudden dress code changes are a pain in the tail. They’re often meant to be. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger reveals that some security chiefs will use seemingly-trivial orders specifically to suss out who on staff is inclined to disobey orders... Read more