Consumers are now firmly in the driving seat and businesses have no option but to go along for the ride.
The expectations that I had for this book were very much confounded. I had merely imagined it would include repetitive lectures, constant pep talks and obvious, boring guidelines in regards to starting your own business – how wrong was I?
Facing countless challenges along the way, Sir John Egan explains how he managed to rebuild one of Britain’s most iconic companies in ‘Saving Jaguar’.
Currently Chairman of Novaquest Capital Management, a private equity firm focused on life sciences, Gerry Brown explains why risk management and analysis moved to centre stage.
Individual efforts only go so far. When working as part of a business or company, teamwork is the name of the game. But how do you turn that team spirit into your advantage?
CEO of Reputation.com and one of Silicon Valley’s leading futurists, Michael Fertik explains why your reputation, to a large extent, determines who you are.
A New York Times bestseller, Bruce Poon Tip’s ‘Looptail’ is a first person reenactment of how he grew his business, G Adventures, into the worlds most successful adventure travel company.
As a technology pioneer at MIT and as the leader of three successful start-ups, Kevin Ashton shares his story behind the history of creativity and innovation.
A popular TED speaker, entrepreneur and author Margaret Heffernan and her latest book ‘Beyond Measure’ teaches businesses and their employees how small changes to their company can make the biggest difference.