So many projects set up with good intentions end up not delivering the full benefits. Mine included. I’ve had a host of project failures to my name.
I figure it’s fine to make a mistake, but I should learn from it. Which is why I thought it worth sharing 5 project failures I’ve made and what I’ve learnt from those mistakes.
I’d been at a client for… Continue reading →
Most small businesses could use technology better to improve sales and expand into new markets. With guidance, a marketing graduate could be a solution to this problem.
Your website has the potential to give you worldwide coverage. Supplemented by apps and software enabling the promotion of your goods and services and easy to set up payment channels, it opens up many new opportunities for businesses.
In practice, there needs to… Continue reading →
What makes a graduate more valuable to you than a non graduate?
Sure, they have gained extra skills at University. But these are only of use if they add value to your business.
How do you employ graduates in the right role to bring out these skills? Should they simply fill a vacancy?
a return of £5.30 for every £1 of investment
Perhaps it is an opportunity to change roles… Continue reading →
I like graduates with practical common sense. With a positive attitude and determination. And above all, maturity. These are graduates I’d consider to be “business ready”.
The 5 business ready qualities that impress me in a graduate relate less to academic achievement but more to strength of character.
the potential to become a director at a very early age
In a small business graduates are a big… Continue reading →
I recently went on a “Stop Crashing for Beginners” Mountain Biking course. I’d been out with a group of friends and had to get off and push when others rode on through. Strength and stamina didn’t help here. I lacked the skill.