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Graduates handed SME boost
Tuesday, 06 April 2010
Recent university leavers looking for graduate jobs in business management may be interested to hear that a leading business author and guru and a sales director for business at Vodafone UK have shared their views on management.
Sahar Hashemi, the founder of Coffee Republic said that in the past managers only spent ten per cent of their time on moving the business forward, compared to today when around 30 per cent of management hours are spent on doing so.
He added: "Companies are very visionary when they first begin, but lose track as they become established. People are now saying; 'let's go back to basics, and figure out the future of this company.' According to our research this is where people are now focusing."
Rob Shardlow, sales director for small and medium businesses at Vodafone UK, said that bosses in this country should be looking to immerse themselves in the marketplace.
He said: "While focusing on customers too, take the time out to educate, reward and understand the needs of your own team. A team working together is a team which is very productive."
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