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10 tips for running your business without injury

Is your business avoiding injury or just recovering from the last one?

Someone once said to me, regarding their injury whilst training for a marathon: You’re either recovering from the last injury or trying to avoid the next one Quite a perspective on the ‘benefits’ of becoming fit enough to run over 26 miles.  However, the reason for many of the injuries suffered is that avoiding them …

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The future of compliance

The Dark Art of Compliance Predictions

We all like to know what the future holds… well, sometimes.  We should all be interested what is going to influence organisations to step up to the challenge of compliance.  So, I checked my guts, a nearby crystal ball and some rare tea-leaves and here are my compliance predictions for the next 12 months. A …

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Compliance should be an Olympic Event

With the Winter Olympics in full swing I’ve been watching people doing ridiculous feats and speeds on ice and snow; it can all appear to be very risky.  There have been a number of injuries but nothing serious, but the worst accidents tend to be during practice for the competitions.  For example, Shaun White, the winner of the Men’s Halfpipe, fell in New Zealand …

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Build your organisation on compliance, don't lay it on top as it will just be a burden, not a support

Being compliant should be foundational not a facade

Keeping in line with regulations and standards does tend to be an afterthought for many, if not most, organisations.  It is felt by many that focusing on being compliant stifles innovation and growth.  However, is that a reasonable approach to starting and running with an idea? “If you have built castles in the air, your …

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