Monthly Archives: February 2012

Do you know to what your employees are unwittingly exposing your company?

  Today,  in all companies who are “positively embracing social media” there is a big ticking time bomb for corporate legislature to defuse.   Informal email chitchat  carried out on company issues  and then held on file forever, can  be … Continue reading »

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Is it an oversight to have no oversight?

  With the exponential growth of the internet, the workplace is blending inexorably with our personal lives.   The excuse of being “at work” to shield one’s self from the rigours of immediate family matters, simply does not wash anymore. … Continue reading »

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Why do struggling companies get pushed into the biggest risk of all, a restructure?

  Risk and risk management has long been on the board agenda.   Assessing and quantifying risk is a major part of the role of a board. Very large businesses have now established risk teams who identify and measure the … Continue reading »

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Is your bank a supplier, a customer or an employee?

  The answer to the question is that your bank can be all three…..    A company’s relationship with its bank (s) is a complex multi-level arrangement. Having an agreed plan as to how the relationship with its financiers will … Continue reading »

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