Meet Anthi Theiopoulou, author of Doing More With Less: Organizational Learning and the OLSET Tool

Meet Anthi Theiopoulou, author of Doing More With Less: Organizational Learning and the OLSET Tool

Anthi Theiopoulou is a pioneer in the development, transfer and integration of knowhow in the Greece. OLSET was founded in 2015; based in London it provides software that enables organisations to apply Organizational Learning at any scale. Doing More With Less is her first book; it was published in 2016 to provide a simple way of explaining the science…

Meeting John Watson, author of Consulting in the Networked Age

Meeting John Watson, author of Consulting in the Networked Age

I’d like to welcome John Watson to the Thursday Throng. John is an experienced investment professional a contributing columnist to bankingday.com. His book, Consulting in the Networked Age is a step by step guide to starting your own consultancy business and was written for entrepreneurs.

Meeting Simon Phillips, author of The Complete Guide to Professional Networking

Simon is a professional and personal development specialist. Based in the UK he regularly speaks at conferences, seminars and events around the world. So far, he’s authored four books: Time Management 24/7, Business Wise, Sustaining Lean Healthcare Programmes and Mastering Time 24/7: how to work less, deliver more and live a Great life! His latest…

Thursday Throng interview with Andy Lopata, author of Recommended

We have not one, but two Thursday Throng interviews today. I’d like to introduce Andy Lopata, one of the UK’s leading experts on business networking who is also giving away a SIGNED COPY of his book, Recommended: How to Sell Through Networking and Referrals to one lucky commenter.

Let’s get a website!

Let’s get a website!

Many small businesses fall into one of three camps when it comes to their own online piece of real estate; they have either had a son, sister or friend build a site as a favour; they might have bought something like Front Page and tried to do it themselves or they have paid a web design company to do it for them – and then continue paying every time they want to update something.