The world has changed. The businesses who thrive will be the ones who change with it. As hard-hit businesses dust themselves off and look to the future, there’s a real opportunity. An opportunity to recover – but recover differently. People will hold businesses in the post-Covid world to higher levels of scrutiny, expecting them to […]Read More Lancashire Forum looks to empower SME businesses to thrive in a post-Covid world
EnginE were involved in organising a range of Masterclasses for Manufacturing SMEs based in Lancashire. Here are some testimonials from some of the delegates that attended those masterclasses. Optimum Coatings Operations Manager, Ian Drake Forsberg Services Operations Manager, Dr Raphael Treffny BCW Manufacturing Group Training and Development Manager, Ashley St. John-Claire Recruitment Manager, Chris Rogers […]Read More EnginE – Masterclass Delegate Testimonials
Find out from the EnginE team how this project can benefit your business: Lancaster University Management School – EnginE Project Manager, Annette Suddes Lancaster University Senior Lecturer – Dr. Steve EldridgeRead More The EnginE Project – Benefits to the business
EnginE works with Lancashire manufacturing SMEs to try and help address some of the workforce challenges that they may have. Training and development can be hard to afford and could lead to issues of retaining great staff and recruiting new people.Read More The EnginE Project – what can the EnginE Project offer you business?
Anyone involved in a family business knows they are different to other businesses. The relationships, dynamics, culture, governance and the challenges faced are more complex. Through years of research and engagement with global family businesses, the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) Centre for Family Business has developed a deep understanding of these challenges and how […]Read More Facing the challenges of family business
“If human life is going to be sustainable on this planet, we have to get away from things like GDP per capita and rethink how we measure success,” says Darren Axe. “I’m delighted to contribute to the Low Carbon Innovation Forum because it challenges ‘business as normal’ – that’s what we’re all about.” Darren has […]Read More A global emergency – why businesses need to think about the bigger questions
Productivity primes profit. The perfect formula. SME businesses in the manufacturing sector rely on their agility to be at the forefront of innovation. Productivity is the leverage for growth and success. Technological advances demand new skills, tuning up or maybe just re-tuning. Tuning into workforce development needs allows your business to build capacity and establishes the groundwork […]Read More A workforce tune-up – just what SME manufacturers need
Skills shortages. Talent gaps. How do you upskill your SME manufacturing sector workforce, helping your people to be the best, giving your business the competitive edge? Small and medium sized (SME) manufacturing businesses need to develop their workforce to ensure productivity, growth and a culture of innovation. Suppose there was a simple way to kick start this. […]Read More A re-skilled workforce – business success for the SME manufacturing sector