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.
Laudale Managing Director Alec Laurie shares his view on how removing obstacles for parent friendly careers will increase the tech talent pool and help Manchester increase its’ chances of becoming a tech capital.
The final feature in our series asks female tech leaders how Manchester can cement its position on the global tech stage. The city is now given the same kudos as London when the UK’s tech scene is discussed in global tech communities but what can be done to further accelerate its digital growth?
Technology leaders have demanding jobs and as a result time will always be at a premium. Investing properly in professional networking can easily slip off the list of priorities, but it shouldn’t.
In the first of our ‘In Conversation’ with series, we spoke to Salford Royal Head of Digital, Rachel Dunscombe about the digital skills required for the workforce of the future and how the NHS is working with education and the business community to enable skills development in the North.
It’s cold and grey, the festive lights have been switched off for another year and many employees will have returned to work with a lack of motivation and energy, if this seems like an incredibly depressing start to this article then you’d be right but it’s an important time for employers to take a serious look at staff retention.