To go more in-depth about putting sustainability at the heart of your business, and how to get your business performing sustainably at pace, we at IMI’s Knowledge Centre have chosen a selection of books that do more than just lay out a philosophy on how we should combat climate change – and instead offer real solutions
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Martin Delaney, General Manager of the Innovation Value Institute on digital transformation and the greatest challenges facing modern technology leaders
In order to boost performance, remain competitive and grow operations, Irish businesses have to be effective in terms of their culture, workspace and technology. By getting these elements right, organisations can create their own work-style footprint and drive the company forward. A cohesive and effective approach can enable innovation, empower people and enhance productivity. But first, business leaders have to be open to change and brave enough to adapt how they work.
We’re supplying a service. We look at the people behind the service, not just the company but the shareholders and their families.
“Big Red Cloud helps in terms of pulling information together, and we can give advice on how clients should make changes to their business,” says Joey Boland Business Advisory Partner for RBK
"CIO needs to represent IT as more than just tactical - it should be seen as strategic. Look to improve the value of existing or new IT investments in the organisation and align with business managers to demonstrate this value in measurable ways", says Edel Creely, Managing Director of Trilogy Technologies
A shocking 40 per cent of food doesn’t even make it to market. Knowing the exact status at all times of perishable food is key to minimising food waste – and tech has made this possible
Employers are eager to maintain high levels of graduate recruitment in Ireland, new research has found
Lidl’s graduate management development programme offers graduates an opportunity to work in several areas of the business including e-commerce, IT, sales, marketing, audit, purchasing and central services
Interactive projectors bring multimedia to the classroom at a cost affordable to any school, writes Jason Walsh
Despite the digital transformation of the workplace - and indeed of life in general - IT user skills still lag. The Irish Computer Society hopes to change this, offering training to school students and office staff, writes Jason Walsh
According to Skillnet Ireland’s annual report, 56,182 people undertook training in 2018. That’s almost 7,000 more than in 2017