3 October 2019
The automotive industry is one of the sectors most vulnerable to a no-deal Brexit. What effect will October 31st have on the UK and German manufacturing industries?
23 September 2019
When you've found a new NED role, how do you make sure you've found the right fit? We share practical advice from experienced NEDs in the financial services sector.
12 September 2019
AI is here to stay - but is your firm taking it seriously? What about the ethical considerations? And what skills do you need to ensure you're ready when it comes for your job?
10 September 2019
Finding your first non-exec position can be tricky. Interim Partners share six tips from experienced NEDs in Financial Services to help you land your first role.
2 September 2019
Interim Partners recently hosted a webinar which provided an overview of the IR35 off-payroll working rules in the private sector for employers. We discuss the key takeaways.
30 August 2019
A five-year framework for General Practice (GP) contract reform has just been released. What are the various options that GPS can consider in the future?
15 August 2019
Over the last 10 years, the role of the non-executive director (NED) in financial services has changed significantly. Our recent event explored what it means to be a NED and provided practical advice on transitioning from executive to non-executive positions.
3 July 2019
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” – famous words once uttered by Peter Drucker and made popular in 2006 by the ex-president of Ford, Mark Fields. A brilliant strategy is doomed to fail if the culture of the organisation is unable to support it.
3 June 2019
The need to promote greater gender diversity at all levels is well-discussed in the financial sector. However, a recent BrightPool survey discovered that men and women aren’t on the same page when it comes to implementing a diverse culture, responsibility and the level of diversity within their organisations.
30 May 2019
People are at the heart of manufacturing businesses – even automated manufacturing needs that element of human interaction to set objectives and drive the desired performance. However, unlike machines, people can be fickle and unpredictable - they have the power to make or break a business.