All posts by Andrew

Basics of Change Management

Aug 28, 2020 |
Changes within a company can cause bigger issues than many realise. When going through or enforcing change, things will go much more smoothly if you utilise change management techniques: 1. Address the human issues that change will create. People typically do not like change, they need to know the how, why and what part they will play. 2. Start at the top. From top to bottom, everyone needs to be... Read More »

What are the most popular types of events for businesses?

Apr 25, 2019 |
When dealing in the business world, you will discover that there are some events that can be organised for the benefit of a company, as well as its staff. It’s not just about meeting your clients and customers in your office and serving them. There are is much more that you can do to your business to improve in all dimensions, including sales! Let’s look at some of the most... Read More »

Christmas in Manchester: Perfect for families and businesses!

Feb 27, 2019 |
Christmas is a charming time and also a perfect occasion to combine a short break with a Christmas shopping spot. With hundreds of boutiques and high-end streets to choose from, Manchester attracts visitors from around the world, especially during the Christmas holiday season. With so much to do, you’ll see difficulty determining how you want to spend your time there. It’s also a perfect place for businesses; so if you’re... Read More »

What is financial forecasting and planning?

Feb 23, 2019 |
The courses on financial statements are a logical consequence of the planning of the operations of the company, which, in addition to producing an economic result, establish both active investment needs non-current or Immobilized as investment in current assets. I know what you’re thinking… “what does that even mean?” Don’t worry we’re here to help. We have experience as a financial management consultancy, so here goes… With regard to the... Read More »

Allow Your Employees To Learn At Their Own Pace

Aug 16, 2018 |
Everybody learns at their own speed, but most companies aren’t considering that fact when designing training programs. By not being able to review training information how they’d like, employees are forced to rush through complicated topics. It also denies employees time to take a moment and process what they’ve learned, which is an important part of the learning process. A 2015 study from the Harvard Business School found that participants... Read More »