Blog : BOARD TALK
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Technology can give a real boost to better corporate governance. We saw that with the tech challenge to #rethinksupplychains covered by me on Forbes earlier this year (Competing To End Labor Trafficking in Global Supply Chains: Wi...Read Full Post »
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I have been thinking about Ashley Madison. In case you missed it, it's the website with the following slogan: “Life is short. Have an affair”. Its business plan appears to rely - among other things - on boredom, secrecy and instant gratification. It is in the business of marketing extra marital affairs.
But this post is not about judging the business plan. The salacious nature of the early revelations of a data breach - complete with August headline...Read Full Post »
|Posted on June 15, 2015 at 9:50 AM|
Boardrooms beware: traditional images of oak-panelled rooms with meetings behind firmly closed doors may be insidious to the very thinking behind the modern workplace.What works for a small elite at the very top just does not translate well to the needs of any ambitious organisation today.
There is, of course, a place for confidential and strategic discussion to take place. But it does not have to be physical. And for businesses to grow and remain agile they need to cre...Read Full Post »
|Posted on May 4, 2015 at 8:00 AM|
This is really quite sad.
There have been new insurance products launched to protect business from suffering losses due to cyber attacks - but the insurance industry doesn't appear to be the most trusted.
The most common reason for not purchasing a cyber insurance policy is the belief that insurers will not actually pay out on a claim, according to a survey of senior information security professionals, whose organisations are members of KPMG̵...Read Full Post »
|Posted on February 26, 2015 at 12:40 AM|
More than half of business leaders in the global financial services sector are planning to increase their headcount over the next 12 months, with asset management the most likely to be taking on new staff.
But 70% of CEOs interviewed by PwC see "the limited availablity of key skills as a threat to their growth."
PwC's reportRead Full Post »