Dialogue. The business blog from the leaders in Interim Management.
Our blog provides an opportunity for each of our consultants to offer their own sector-specific knowledge and expert advice, and for you to connect with them directly.
Experience comes at a price
9 April 2015
What determines how much a consultant, a lawyer, an accountant, a recruiter or, indeed, anyone charges for their services? Is it technical capability, supply and demand economics? Or is it experience and knowledge?
18 May 2015
Before you drive up to Grimsby on a Tuesday evening on a wild goose chase/interview you might want to ask your interim provider / recruiter some of the following questions...
8 May 2015
Are you waking up after a long night of election results? Were you also lulled by the "closest competition of a generation" billboard? It didn't quite live up to that, did it?
7 May 2015
Tomorrow UK voters will go to the ballot box to vote in what the polls suggest, will be a close election race with multiple possibilities for which party or parties will form the next government.
6 May 2015
On the 20th May I am attending the Cranfield University National Manufacturing debate which will be discussing re-shoring.
5 May 2015
Recruiters have often attracted mixed opinions over their role, their worth in today’s market and their consulting fees (perceived by some as exorbitant). Some businesses rely on and subscribe to the recruiter services religiously...
28 April 2015
It’s been an interesting start to the year in the PE space for us with so many positive factors to consider, as well as one or two worrying ones.
27 April 2015
Fit people are healthier, it’s a fact. By cycling you are much less likely to pick up the hideous germs so prevalent on public transport.
24 April 2015
This week is Responsible Business Week, and companies have been celebrating and shouting out about what they are doing in the community and the positive change they are making to society. And so they should!
21 April 2015
I arrived at my desk last week and noticed I had a parcel waiting. It's always good to get a parcel, I am sure this feeling comes from childhood. Suffice to say – it was a good start to the day.
21 April 2015
‘Too big to fail’ is a term often associated with financial institutions and used to suggest that certain businesses, so interconnected and so large are worth being supported by government when facing potential failure.