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Stand up and be counted
The more that pro bono work by management consultants is promoted and encouraged, the better, says our management consultancy columnist Mick James. read more
Activity in manufacturing and oil and gas sectors drives protective equipment market
Customised and adaptable personal protective equipment is vital for market participants to widen their customer base. read more
Capco wins workplace accolade in Canada
Industry leading consulting firm recognised for excellence in the workplace. read more
Consolidation – a byword for ‘a single version of the truth’
There are times when someone says something of such clarity that it hits you fairly and squarely right between the eyes. read more
Forrester rates Capgemini as a leading SAP services provider
Capgemini, a global provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has been categorised as a leader in an independent report about SAP® services providers, published in Q1 2014 by Forrester Research. read more
Shoppers return as economy strengthens
Footfall in March was 1.8% higher than a year ago, significantly up on the 2.9% fall in February and above the three-month average of 0.4%. read more
The consequences of changes to false self-employment
What do the recent changes to false self-employment legislation mean for contractors and recruiters? Ben Dunn FCA, finance director at JSA, explains. read more
A toxic mixture of governance and democracy
How much better would the Co-op have done as a fully listed public company? Our management consultancy columnist Mick James points out that its “value-destructive” behaviour looks very like that which has plagued a lot of PLCs, despite the oversight of shareholders and analysts. read more
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