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Are phone calls on the way out?

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February 2018
Is the phone call a thing of the past?
How will the rapidly changing shape of telecoms transform the way we work? A leading futurist examines this brave new world. READ MORE
Do you lead a remote team? This could transform how you work
According to a business psychologist, one simple technique can help managers successfully lead any team. So what is it? READ MORE
The different elements of a traditional call can be deconstructed – timing, identity, signalling, and purpose –
then built up again in novel ways.
More insights and inspiration
What advice does LinkedIn's Jason Miller have for small businesses?
If you're a small business, how should you use LinkedIn to really make a splash? An insider shares his tips for online success.
IFRS 16: five things you need to know now
When IFRS 16 comes into effect next year, it will impact every business with a lease, and their balance sheet. Here's how to prepare.
Workplace wearables: friend or foe?
Trend forecaster James Bidwell shines a light on wearable sensors – the new business tool set to revolutionise the workplace.
How we do business: Impex Freight Services
What does a freight company need with Regus office space anyway? More than you'd think, says Nick Hammond of Impex Freight Services.
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