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.
Empty high streets and mass redundancies: The truth of digitalisation in the Retail Banking sector?
29 March 2016
It’s understandable that there is some hesitancy to embrace wholesale digitalisation in the retail banking industry. For many banks, the numbers might well add up but the implications might be too unpalatable.
13 April 2016
Sarah Stevenson has been consulting and recruiting to the public and not for profit sectors for the last 15 years. She has recently joined Interim Partners to lead the social housing interim management practice.
7 April 2016
Why, as country, we aren’t more adoring of our nation’s Industrial homemade goods? What are the real reasons behind that shift?
6 April 2016
LinkedIn’s stock value has plummeted by 50% this year, with analysts suggesting that LinkedIn will be remembered just “as a place for users to swap furtive notes with recruiters and spy on former colleagues”.
26 February 2016
This week, I attended the Manufacturer Live event, held in lovely surroundings at the Institute of Engineering & Technology, Savoy Place. What really impressed me was the passion and determination that the organisers had for Industry 4.0.
25 February 2016
What seemed like an impossible scenario five years ago is now a very real possibility: Britain could actually exit from the EU. With the referendum coming closer, the headlines are full of pros and cons. So what does Brexit mean for one of the UK’s high-tech, high growth sectors: the UK Life Sciences industry?
17 February 2016
A startling title and whilst it’s one we know to be utter nonsense (I only used it to get your attention), there are still companies which seem to be subscribed to that antiquated ideology.
10 February 2016
The current challenges facing the NHS - funding, an ageing population, Byzantine organisational structure, etc. - mean that it has consistently underperformed against expected standards.
5 February 2016
Lombardi cured the disruptive attitude by introducing a new rule: everyone had to arrive fifteen minutes early for meetings and training.
4 February 2016
The future of the manufacturing sector looked pretty gloomy at the end of 2015 according to the EEF & DLA Piper 2015 Q4 Manufacturing outlook report.