The construction sector is particularly at risk from acts of bribery, which can threaten contracts, business relationships, and ultimately, a company’s survival.
A new kind of war is being waged across the global stage—using economics to potentially inflict more damage than the conflicts we have seen in the past, says Richard Telofski.
After twenty years of market creation in China, what will it look like as it reaches maturity, and what will this mean for western companies? Part one of a three-part series by Davd G. Hartman looks at the emergence of business-to-business markets.
A core values statement is two-dimensional until the right people with the right attitudes bring it to life, says Micah Solomon.
The Olympic event for the mining industry, MINExpo International takes place every four years.
With today’s workforce ageing and many employees opting to continue working full-time even after retirement age, how can businesses ensure that younger workers are still offered the opportunities they deserve?
Engage every employee in improvement and you won’t think of replacing them with robots, says Mark Graban.
We are witnessing the large-scale industrialization of the data center, owned and operated by the ICT operators, with security technologies in the hands of the end user to remove any need to trust their human operators, says Dr Mike Gault.
Automotive manufacturers want their ERP to be able to streamline business processes, improve collaboration and support them in achieving operational excellence, says Wolfram Schmid.
Alongside the severe energy crises currently being experienced by most African countries comes a huge opportunity to direct investments into clean, efficient, renewable energy for the growth of a green economy in Africa.
This issue features some of the most outstanding projects across Europe, Latin America and Africa. Our Cover Story is the ongoing Tel Aviv Light Rail project.