In a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous business world decision making has emerged as a key management skill. Yet, despite the demand to move quickly just to keep pace with innovation and change, many leaders still find decision making processes challenging.
Through talking to some outstanding leaders in our network, we have curated the following quick tips for making faster, smarter decisions which yield better results for your projects, business and leadership style.
We have partnered with Greater Manchester Business Week to showcase the women in Greater Manchester blazing a trail and putting Greater Manchester’s technology sector on the map.
The second of our women in technology series highlights how digitalisation has set local businesses on a journey of reinvention…
The second feature in our Women in Tech series with Greater Manchester Business Week focuses on businesses who have undergone or are on a journey of digital transformation and the women who are leading their charge.
Laudale, Managing Director Alec Laurie shares his view on digital transformation and it’s impact on the technology executive.
As part of International Women’s Day and our ongoing commitment to promoting ‘Women In Tech’ Laudale has partnered with Greater Manchester Business Week to produce a list of 30 women contributing to and representing the tech sector in Greater Manchester.
Laudale Managing Director Alec Laurie shares his view:
Every month we’ll be recommending a book for you to get your teeth into. This month we’ve been reading Platform Revolution by by Geoffrey G. Parker, Marshall W. Van Alstyne and Sangeet Paul Choudary. Here’s a synopsis to whet your appetite Facebook, PayPal, Alibaba, Uber-these seemingly disparate companies have upended entire industries by harnessing a single phenomenon: the platform… Read more »
Businesses spend thousands and thousands of pounds on creating the right strategy to deliver results and yet a recent piece of research said that over a third of senior HR staff do not consider employee wellbeing to be an important part of that strategy.
This was despite the fact that the same piece of research found that 51% of HR staff see their employees struggle to concentrate when wellbeing is poor, noticed more sick days are taken and saw an increase in mental health issues.
We’ve interviewed thousands of ‘Business Technology’ leaders (IT Directors, CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, ‘Heads of’, etc.), from which we’ve gained a vast amount of insight.
Interestingly, no matter how many technology leaders we speak to, 9 times out of 10, we are asked a variance of the same handful of questions.
Welcome to the latest edition of Laudale Thoughts in which Suzanne Costella, an independent business strategy, architecture and transformation consultant discusses successful business transformation and how you can bridge the strategy to delivery gap.