Russell Bedford International, the global accounting and audit network, has released the September 2018 edition of its biannual BUSINESS WORLD MAGAZINE. Business World delivers views and analysis written by specialists from within the Russell Bedford network, together with guest authors from various other organisations around the world.
Business World delivers views and analysis written by specialists from within the Russell Bedford network, together with guest authors from other organisations.
Business World is available to read in PDF format or as a digital magazine via CALAMEO.
Articles in the September 2018 edition are:
New York: the place to succeed
Michael Forbes, tax manager at Russell Bedford’s New York firm, Spielman Koenigsberg & Partner, discusses what gives New York the edge when it comes to running a successful business.
How to become a business development superstar
Heather Kunz, manager of marketing and business development at Russell Bedford's Atlanta member, Williams Benator & Libby, LLP, discusses relationship-building, networking and developing your industry expertise in a bid to becoming your firm's business development superstar.
Measuring what matters – why you need a business plan
A business plan gives you a track to run on by focusing your mind on targets and milestones, and allocating roles and responsibilities to give your business the best chance of succeeding. In this article, Jane Bennett, client support manager at Russell Bedford's Manchester firm, Hallidays, looks at why you need a business plan and what it should contain.
Does your executive team need change management training?
Chris Evans, executive vice president of marketing and business development at Eagle's Flight, a leading provider of experiential learning and training programs, discusses how change management training can help your organisation deliver the results it's looking for.
Creating a healthy workplace pays dividends
Bruce Saward, managing partner of Saward Dawson, Russell Bedford's Melbourne firm, shares his views on why there really are no downsides to creating a healthy and comfortable workplace for your employees.
Industry 4.0 – changing business now and in the future
As most EU governments have now made Industry 4.0 a priority, adopting specific policies aimed at boosting productivity and improving competitiveness, Luca Borella, partner at Magagnoli & Associati, Russell Bedford's Bologna firm and Fabio Corno, partner at Studio Corno, Russell Bedford's Milan firm, discuss the opportunities and challenges that the new initiative provides.
Five eyes on the fence: structural capital
In his book Five Eyes on the Fence, Tony Rose, partner at Los Angeles member, Rose, Snyder & Jacobs, debunks the myth that the health of a business can be judged by its bottom line alone - by its financial capital. Instead, Tony asserts that financial capital is a by-product of four other capitals. Here he looks at structural capital.