Covid inspired digital boom has changed how people live and work

No matter where, we are only really starting to come to terms with how fragile our economies and societies really are…

The challenges of remote working go beyond the practicalities of enabling each team member to have access to the tech, data and tools they need.

Many banks have experienced a ‘Digital Boom’ during the Pandemic – this hasn’t changed how people live and work, it is changing how people want to live and work

Online Training builds strong teams because it’s easy to do; tailored to the team’s unique needs; is less stressful, more engaging and delivers great results

People will forget, on average, half of new information you present, almost immediately. Within 24 hours, they have forgotten an average of 70 per cent of new information, and 90 per cent of it, within a week. One customer told me this last week, when we were discussing Effective Business Training and our new Digital Innovation Training Masterclasses. I have heard quite a few variations of these figures over the years, which, if taken at face value, means that any investment in training is like pumping petrol into a car that has a hole in the tank. It simply drains away. Well, the good news it turns out that this is simply not true. It’s what companies pay good money for The whole purpose of sending employees on company-sponsored training is to intervene in pre-existing modes of behaviour, and thinking, and alter that state to improve outcomes. Training delegates, managers, and business leaders should rightly expect that the benefits of Effective Business Training and acquired knowledge should be retained for the overall benefit of the organisation. This is what companies pay good money for when they send employees on specialised training, particularly in areas like Banking and financial services, where the need for digitally-savvy thought Read more…

13 Reasons why Banks will be around a lot longer than the experts predict or why Resilient Banks beats Fintech Smarts (almost) every time…. ‘Experts’ who forecast the Death of Banking with the same conviction that Fundamentalists predict the Apocalypse, are very much mistaken. There are at least Thirteen Reasons Why* this won’t happen that I can think of off the top of my head (though there are probably many more). So here goes… First – Payments is not the same as banking. Almost all such arguments that banks are failing customers appear rooted in the observation that some customers (ie. millennials*) either don’t like dealing with, or don’t think their banks doing enough to keep them happy. While there may be some truth in this, the way we experience Banking is usually through our cards, accounts, ‘wallets’ or devices . Like the mobile phones we use to pay for stuff, and conduct our finances. One can see why some folks could confuse confuse the two. But conflating the two is anothr matter entirely. To think that Payments and Banking are the same and concluding that customer demand for convenient ‘payment’ methods, and ‘Banks’ apparent slowness to respond, is somehow Read more…

Covid inspired digital boom has changed how people live and work

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