Category: Business Analysis

Observational Learning: Lessons from Tiger Woods

Last year, Magma Digital embarked upon a journey of discovery and enlightenment with the BIBAs Academy. Facilitated through a partnership with the Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), it is a fantastic opportunity to leverage the experience and insight of both academic and commercial thought-leaders. This week’s masterclass was hosted by the wonderfully engaging Ricardo Zozimo, a

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SME Manufacturers Plan to Grow in 2015

The Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) produce a quarterly “barometer” report, which has the remit of collecting the views, opinions and business results of English manufacturing small & medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The latest report (published in November) is fairly positive; MAS concluded that ‘cautious optimism remains the overarching sentiment among the 859 respondents.’ A highlight

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Athletes Teach Business

Athletes teach Business Crossfit is a sport that was explained to me, as a mixture of constantly varied functional exercises including: Gymnastics, Weight Lifting and Cardio. These are completed as part of a WOD (workout of the day). I started Crossfit about two years ago and I began to question, ‘can athletes teach business’? Crossfit is

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Magma flows in a new direction

Over the last few months Magma Digital has evolved quite considerably, both in size and structure. We have taken time to analyse our clients’ needs and our own development,  as we wanted to understand how best to ensure that we meet these requirements through the services we offer. The team at Magma has taken a

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Google Analytics & Social Media Monitoring

On 31st January, Jeremy presented a talk on Google Analytics & Social Media Monitoring. Online presence is becoming a significant part of all our businesses. However, tracking where your enquiries are coming from can be difficult and time consuming. Google Analytics helps you to understand how many visitors your website is receiving, what areas of

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Does Success look Lean?

Does organisational success depend on how well you: design, implement and improve processes? A process can be defined as an activity or a series of activities which change an input into an output and business process improvement can therefore be described as, applying an approach that improves the way you carry out your processes. Becoming

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