Features

Invest in your employees and this will make for happier and more productive workers

New markets can spring spectacular surprises, but much can be learned from others who have been there before.

An increasing number of organisations are switching on to substantial further productivity improvements which can be achieved through the introduction of supply chain workforce management systems.

Since his appointment as Partner and Global Head of KPMG’s Metals & Mining Corporate Finance practice Rama Ayman, a vastly experienced investment banker and M&A specialist has been enjoying his new role

Global business news

‘Indirect’ learning in mature markets is crucial to developing-country firms’ growth, says research co-authored at Cambridge's Judge Business School

Proposed merger a big gamble for Li Ka-Shing, according to Mark Skilton, Professor of Practice at Warwick Business School

Executive Insight

Chairman, Aerosud Aviation

The Chairman of Aerosud Aviation discusses the lessons he has learned throughout his career.

Director General of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA)

Solomon Dube, Director General of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA) discusses the best things about Swaziland and why working smart is the right approach.

Business Blogs

SGS explain how they helped a pipeline company who encountered a blockage in one of their pipelines by using ultrasonic technology.

David Sturges looks at the risks of cyber crime and how businesses can ensure greater security against it by moving to the cloud.