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Impact Journal 2017 Issue 33 In this publication we address a wide range of geo-political change, technological change, industrial change and even generational change.
The results of the 2016 Annual Change Leadership Survey shows that a fundamental and generational shift is occurring
The results of the 2015 Annual Change Leadership Survey show the complexity and ever increasing pace of change and innovation.
The articles in this issue of IMPACT JOURNAL offer numerous clues about the qualities a successful leader needs to effect transformational change.
Passion versus process is a recurring theme that runs through this issue of IMPACT, which seeks to explore the trends driving business change and the way organisations are responding to it.
The inherent opportunities in our changing business climate are the focus of this magazine, Impact, which, as you may notice, has itself evolved from our previous journal, The Business Review.
The message that comes over loud and clear from this issue of The Business Review is that companies have turned their attention from cost cutting to growth.
Whether we have indeed emerged from the recession, or are poised on the brink of the second dip, one thing is clear. There will be no return to the heady growth of a few years ago, and the road ahead for most businesses will be long and gruelling.
You’ve only to look at the headlines of the articles in this issue of The Business Review to get a sense of the optimism and positive attitude that is now gripping British business.
Thinking differently is the theme of this issue of The Business Review. Each article demonstrates how questioning received wisdom can put an individual, or an organisation, ahead of the competition.
How do we weather a downturn? Not by joining the gloom- and doom-mongering about the current economic climate. This issue of The Business Review is all about how to – literally – profit from a downturn.
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