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Nonprofit Resiliency During COVID-19 – Executive Insights

Remaining resilient during COVID-19 whilst obvious, is easier said than done. Especially for non for profit organisations where the impacts driven by crisis are some of the hardest felt. We came across this blog from Alexis Haradyn where she summarises the findings of a digital executive roundtable hosted by Blackbaud Canada. Some of the take…

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The Ins and Outsourcing of IT

IT outsourcing isn’t the unknown quantity it’s been in the past, but there remains the question, how or why would it fit into my organisation? Last year the global business process outsourcing market size was valued at In house or outsource? Depending on the size of and complexity of your organization, you might ask, do…

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Outsourcing Legal Drafting

Its fairly obvious that legal firms and departments need to continue to optimise operational efficiency, increase flexibility, and reduce costs by outsourcing day-to-day tasks. Legal firms can outsource everything from legal document preparation to legal drafting services and patent searches in their search for better efficiency. The legal process outsourcing industry will reach $8.7 billion…

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How to adopt an outsourcing strategy

One thing that we often get asked about is how to roll out outsourcing as a resourcing strategy in a business or a professional practice. In this video SBA Co-Founder https://youtu.be/DGtQZniPSOo For more queries relating to outsourcing strategies for your business, ‘Contact us’ and subscribe to our ‘

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How to Curb Presenteeism

We learnt last time about the perils of presenteeism and the negative impact this trend is having on Australian law firms, resulting in poor performance, low productivity and client dissatisfaction. Today, we’re going to look at some simple, sure-fire methods that can help prevent a workplace culture of presenteeism. 1. Model from the top Senior…

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The Perils of Presenteeism

We all know about the issues that come with absenteeism (defined as frequent staff absence from work, often unplanned) – productivity, profit, client satisfaction and overall staff morale all suffer. But there’s a much bigger problem facing the Australian legal sector – presenteeism. The term was coined in around 2004 by economists to describe worker…

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Hot Desking 101

Hot desking can offer a range of benefits to your business and your staff, as we discovered last week. However, as with most silver bullets when it comes to cost saving, it makes good business sense to research the potential drawbacks as well. The move to hot desking is as much a cultural change as…

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Is Hot Desking Too Good to Be True?

The first wave of hot desking arrived to great acclaim and disappeared in a puff of criticism – but now that the dust has settled, we can have an objective look at whether the hot desk naysayers have thrown the baby out with the bathwater. If you blinked and missed it, hot desking is a…

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Developing strategic thinking skills

In our last couple of articles, we’ve been looking at the importance of strategic planning. Sadly, even though it’s an essential part of building a successful business, it can be hard for businesses to prioritise the time to make it happen. We’ve offered some suggestions for ways you can free up your time to guarantee…

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