It's easy to get distracted when you are not working in the office. Experts share their top tips to improve efficiency and productivity
Technology has become such a central part of the overall work experience you can no longer separate it from the people agenda.
Machines can drive cars, write articles for newspapers and read emotions. It is said we are on the verge of another industrial revolution, catchily titled industry 4.0: a world where processes are made 'smart' through the internet of things, and where the manual is automated.
Since it costs fives times as much to make new customers than keep your existing ones, once you've got them, you can use technology to make sure you keep them.
'Scope creep in' is almost inevitable but having contingency measures in place helps project managers react quickly when new issues arise
'Buy in' is the most challenging aspect of any freshly-deployed business technology - because your employees, like most humans, are scared of change.
HR departments must leverage innovative technology to add strategic value at the boardroom level
With the advances in technology, how much flexibility does new software, new apps and new approaches to business allow for new modes of working? Could it be possible to run your business purely from your smartphone?
Here, we explore the benefits of working outside the office and the best practices for managing remote staff.