In management, specifically leadership, there’s a principle called the ‘chain of command’. That principle holds that instruction comes down from more senior managers to middle/junior managers, and through to their teams. Feedback on those instructions comes back up from the teams, through junior/middle management and on to the senior managers.
Month: July 2012
When will Companies STOP putting PDF Print Forms on their Websites
Louise Scott, Managing Director at Tidalfire How much longer will we have to put up with companies – yes you know who you are –uploading PDF versions of print forms to their websites? This is slightly less annoying than the number of Word forms that we find on web sites. What has gone wrong here? Has Adobe failed … Read more
6 Ways to Add Value to Your Website and Increase Profit
Ryan Falconer, Managing Director of Ryster A few well-chosen tweaks can transform a website from a sitting duck into a money-making machine. Edinburgh web design specialist Ryster shows us how it’s done. Socialise and Shout it Out – Blogging and interacting on social media platforms not only increases profitability, it’s fun and can give you a lot of … Read more