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Transformation

Additional support covering: the impacts of COVID-19 and Brexit, the future of work, technology, business change and talent management.

Economic impact of COVID-19

COVID-19 – crisis with a legacy

A global pandemic has meant business needs to rise to the challenges that have developed and find a way forward through the storm. It also given us the opportunity to press reset and build businesses for a new, more sustainable economy. But where do we start? Economist Anna Leach and futurist Susan Cox-Smith look at how companies are weathering the storm, and the lessons they can share.

Summer Statement 2020

On 8 July 2020 Rishi Sunak delivered a Summer Statement announcing new fiscal measures to support the UK in its recovery from the impact of the coronavirus impact. Read initial reactions and analysis from ICAEW's experts.

Brexit

Business change

How the NAO is dealing with COVID-19

30 June 2020: Kate Mathers, an executive director of the National Audit Office, talks to Maria Byrnes from ICAEW about the impact the COVID-19 crisis is having on the National Audit Office and how it has shaped their work.

Business recovery

Why collaboration with suppliers matters

9 June 2020: As businesses look for ways to emerge successfully from the pandemic, supply chain management will be key. The best supplier relationships not only support cost effectiveness but also innovation and the generation of sustainable value.

Future of work

Talent management

Eight top tips for wellbeing in the workplace

20 January 2020: we spend the majority of our time at work, so our wellbeing in the workplace should be of paramount importance. Sarah Dale, former PwC chartered accountant and now chartered occupational psychologist and founder of Creating Focus, shares her tips.

Technology

Wellbeing

Counting the cost of mental health in business

7 February 2020: new analysis has put the cost to business of poor mental health at a staggering £45bn, with professional services firms on the front line. So what support mechanisms can businesses put in place to tackle these issues and build resilience in staff? Rachel Willcox investigates.

Eight top tips for wellbeing in the workplace

20 January 2020: we spend the majority of our time at work, so our wellbeing in the workplace should be of paramount importance. Sarah Dale, former PwC chartered accountant and now chartered occupational psychologist and founder of Creating Focus, shares her tips.