Late payments. Two words that can strangle your cash flow and tie up staff in the unwanted task of working the phones to chase unpaid invoices (phone tag anyone?).
When a business reaches a certain size, a merger or acquisition can look attractive. What are the triggers for businesses to get into the game?
Imagine you’re attending a trade event when something resembling a miniature Dalek trundles up to you. Instead of croaking “exterminate!” it asks you in a friendly voice if you’d like to take an interactive survey.
Workers are now in touch with as much data as they can handle – but how can businesses empower their employees to make the most of it?
What happens when a gargantuan organisation builds a massive new business unit not seen in the business before? How do you avoid the dreaded ‘silo culture’?
When a business gets to a certain size there’s a lot of emphasis on crunching data in spreadsheets – but sometimes getting your hands dirty can lead to better insights.
What do you do when you’re stuck between being a small business and a corporate titan in the world of the mid-market business?
The best businesses don’t weather the storm; they avoid it completely.