Category: Management

The American View: Unquestionable Influence

Author: Keil Hubert

Nobody likes talking about suicide. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger argues that leaders have both a business continuity and a moral responsibility to talk about it at work no matter how uncomfortable the subject might be. Let’s discuss Business Continuity.... Read more

The American View: Dread Harvest

Author: Keil Hubert

The unfolding Cambridge Analytica scandal has confirmed something that Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger has been concerned about for some time: Facebook’s creepy ability to intuit connections between people that definitely aren’t ‘friends.’ Apologies to Mr. Zuckerberg, but I had severe... Read more

Why CFO’s need to AI-proof their careers

Author: webeditor

Alice Allegrini, Managing Director, prevero UK; Matthias Thurner, Chief Technology Officer, Unit4 prevero  Is the robo-CFO soon to be a reality? It’s a serious question.  As big data, machine learning and AI advance at a furious pace, more and more white-collar jobs... Read more

The American View: The Unnerving Facts of Life

Author: Keil Hubert

If the Boy Scouts can create and deliver training that addresses deeply-disturbing topics, so can your organisation. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger advocates for all organisations to deploy ‘suspicious package’ training to its members in response to the recent domestic terrorism... Read more

The American View: Success in the City

Author: Keil Hubert

Traveling to new cities helps you see the world from a different perspective. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger relates how people’s pop-culture diets tend to negatively skew their attitudes towards other places and peoples, thereby limiting their personal and professional growth.... Read more

The American View: A Literal Education

Author: Keil Hubert

Imprecision in language is one of the worst traits that a leader can possess. Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger recommends hiring an annoyingly clever person to force you to communicate clearly by confounding you whenever you get sloppy. It’s the only... Read more

The American View: It’s Our Problem

Author: Keil Hubert

American etiquette dictates that you never bring up religion or politics at the dinner table or in the workplace unless you’re deliberately trying to start a fight.  Business Reporter’s resident U.S. ‘blogger suggests that there is one exception to that rule,... Read more

Data is the new oil

Author: Jeremy Swinfen-Green

Data is the new oil, it’s often said. But prospecting for oil can be difficult, extracting and processing it is fraught with danger, and using it has numerous downsides. The same with data. Finding good clean data isn’t always easy.... Read more