CSR is not a ‘bolt on’ to a firm but should be ‘part of the fabric’. This means that it should be embedded and viewed by all in the firm as part of day-to-day activities. Check out what your CSR statement might look like.
Every person associated with a firm should be under some contract or other. Employees will have employment contracts. Sub-contractors will have sub-contract contracts. And self-employed must be under contract too. Even those working through agencies must have a relationship with the principal. Here's why and how. [Originally published 1st December 2016]
Society’s opinion about what looks good - what fits with the environment at any point in time – is continually changing. This change is fuelled by industries that drive style. The result is that the touch points of a firm, like its web site and business cards, can soon become out of congruence with the mainstream of similar businesses and with the expectation of its market. Here's our story about our rebrand.
We all get the idea that innovation’s important. If we can just improve, develop and discover more than our competitors, we can find and attract more customers and make more profits. But it’s how to do it that foxes all but a few. Here are some guidelines for how to get started in innovation. If you’re a manager of firm that wants to get innovation going, we can help you.
Disputes occur from time to time in every workplace. Disputes are costly, raising stress and ill-feeling. Disputes reduce employee commitment and engagement, not just in those directly affected. Workplace mediation is a method of resolving disputes. Here's how.
At its simplest, strategy is a purpose that guides everyone in the firm in their everyday work and decision-making. This purpose guides managers and staff toward some eventual improved state. Strategy should address a challenge. TimelessTime is expert in strategy development. Here are some of the issues.
Developing managers and staff must be continuous in all firms just to maintain the present business position. It’s a mix of training and increased responsibilities. Development must be planned. TimelessTime consultants have designed and implemented organisation-wide training and development in both large and small firms.