Companies that shun mobile technology are in danger of being left behind, Michael Richards says. Firms need to recognise the important role mobile technology is playing in today's modern society, and embrace this technology sooner rather than later. If the adoption of mobile technology brings with it more productive and...
Communicating the benefits effectively to each generation can pay dividends and achieve the desired employee engagement and retention, John Sylvester says
The model of train and tick to meet targets and compliance is no longer acceptable, Owen Ashby says
Technology is at the core of what Sarah Lindsell is doing at PwC. Here she tells us about her journey
Dave Buglass tells TJ about his award-winning year and a moment of epiphany
TJ interviews an L&D specialist currently top of their success. This month, the focus is on the CIPD's head of L&D, Andy Lancaster
Organisations around the world are facing demand from customers to provide a more agile workforce that is able to scale quickly and effectively meet demand. As a result, there is a greater need to scale up or down accordingly to remain competitive. However, this significantly complicates the task of ensuring the right employee skills are matched to the right jobs at the right times
Parents of girls stated that their child would be most interested in pursuing a career in education and childcare (32 per cent), the arts (29 per cent), healthcare (26 per cent) and hair and beauty (23 per cent)
A growing number of job advertisements are targeting individuals with soft skills. More than half (51 per cent) of all listings on Randstad’s website include the term team work, just over a fifth (21 per cent) mention communication and other key words such as passion, dedicated, effective, relationships and time management also figure prominently
Taimur Khan provides his essential time management tips
Sue Husband outlines the role that small businesses in particular can play in unlocking the great potential of young people
The world of computers offers plenty of opportunities to the next generation of hardware and software developers, as long as the children of today are taught the skills they need to become the computer programmers of tomorrow
A library of management development books was recommended by members of the TJ Forum this month. Elizabeth Eyre reports
A book entitled Leadership Coaching begs at least two questions of definition.
As we face an age of austerity, there should be a large audience for a book called re-th!nk, which promises ideas for cutting costs and boosting innovation.
How has performance management changed following the emergence of less hierarchical business structures?
Justifying investment in employee development is challenging but achievable, according to Cornerstone OnDemand
Charles Jennings discusses the 70:20:10 model
Andrew Jacobs, talent management and organisational development manager at London Borough of Lewisham, looks at what the terms 'shopkeepers' and 'engineers' mean in learning and development
What goes into your personal brand? Jennifer Holloway shares her thoughts with GivebackUK