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5 Proven Social Media Engagement Strategies for 2019

The number of followers on one’s social media account is not a huge thing. But if many of those followers are engaged, it is a big deal. But to achieve this, you will have to build a relationship with followers and nurture it to become something you can leverage to achieve business goals. While it sounds like a straightforward activity it is quite the opposite. But we won't leave you to strategize on your own. Instead, we are going to give you some practical advice, ranging from how to use quiz creator software to using social media tools. We give you 5 proven social media engagement strategies for 2019.

Article by 7 May 2019

Jack Curzon
   

Is workplace culture keeping up with technology?

Last year, it was reported that 595,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety, costing the UK 15.4 million working days. Not only does this diminish workplace productivity, but employees who feel this way are less likely to feel loyal to their company or motivated to give their best performance.

Article by 16 April 2019

John Varney
   

Through a glass darkly

We all have the challenge of matching what we know (in our heads) with the reality of the world (outside our heads).  We begin to tackle this task as soon as we are born and it should never stop. We get to an approximation that is generally borne out by colleagues and media. Unfortunately gaps can open up and we can struggle to maintain our touch. For instance, a senior police officer was surprised to realise that the attitude of the commissioner showed up in the behaviour of front line officers. Similarly, managers often struggle to see that the quality of their thinking is reflected in the quality of their organisation’s service delivery.

Article by 8 November 2018

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WHY ‘BEST FIT’ IS REPLACING ‘BEST OF BREED’ SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS

Businesses with ‘best-of-breed’ solutions soon became frustrated with the limitations imposed on them and as such, ‘best-in-class’ solutions proliferated. Organisations began to select these alternatives which could perform a range of functions. However, of the plethora of functions offered, only a small percentage would be relevant to individual businesses and they found themselves paying for features which they did not use.

Article by 14 June 2018