Practical business leaders understand that going for too much control over employees is self-defeating. Too many rules and regulations create scoff-laws. Too many punishments create an atmosphere in which people are afraid to do more than what’s in the job description
Published: 7 May 2019
New research called: What Keeps You Up at Night – The 2019 Report, looks at over 350 organisations globally, and reveals the security weaknesses and concerns within organisations. On average, 81 percent of organisations had some degree of concern around security issues.
Published: 23 February 2019
As a UK citizen, How Much Help Can You Expect If Disaster Strikes, The Foreign & Commonwealth Office? Contributor Rob ... View Article
Published: 21 December 2017
The National Federation of Self Employed and Small Businesses Limited (FSB) Crime Survey found that in 2016, the average costs of offline-crime per business affected stood at nearly £6000 a year. Nearly 50 percent of all small businesses surveyed had been a victim of non-cyber crime, some of which had devastating consequences both financially and in terms of employee morale.
Published: 28 November 2017
In his seminal work, The Black Swan, author Nicholas Nassim Taleb uses the discovery of black swans, following the European discovery of Australasia, to conceptually represent the idea of complete unpredictability.
Published: 8 September 2017
In the last part of our series on responding to the terror threat, Anne Payne discusses ‘tending and befriending’ for ... View Article
Published: 9 July 2017
Two years after the Holborn Fire, how can HR departments of businesses and organizations make themselves more resilient in the face of major incidents, as well as better ensure the safety of their staff?
Published: 7 April 2017