Property consultancy JLL reports that the weaker sterling has created a window of opportunity for Middle East investors in London as there are signs of their return to the Capital
Research & Studies
Poly (NYSE: POLY) published a new discussion paper titled A Reset for Return to the Office?, in partnership with workplace research platform WORKTECH Academy, focused on companies’ race against time to ensure their onsite and offsite teams have the ultimate equal work experience albeit glaring challenges such as reluctance to return to the office (RTO).
Arthur D. Little (ADL), the world’s first management consulting firm, today released an exclusive report exploring the state of sustainability and the challenges to adoption. With insights from Prof. Tima Bansal of Ivey Business School, the report, titled Overcoming the Challenges to Sustainability, is based on a global survey conducted by ADL which identifies the dynamic variables that are shaping business sustainability worldwide, including the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Despite understanding the benefits, the survey shows a fifth of companies (20%) still do not have a sustainability strategy in place — and less than 30% believe the impact of that strategy is clear to all employees. This failure to take meaningful action and embed sustainability at the center of organizations does not only cause potential environmental and social harm; it also holds back business performance.