Christmas at Caja

If it wasn’t for the fact that Charlotte has been singing away to Christmas songs and that this morning’s commute consisted of me waiting for the late bus in -7°C temperatures I’d hardly believe it was the end of the year already.  Yet here we are fast approaching the Christmas break and 2018. We had the…

The SME advisory panel – One year on

It hardly seems like a year has passed since Caroline joined the SME panel. We’ve worked and continue to work with Central Government, we’ve continued our work in the NHS and we’ve worked hard at developing ‘products’ to move into the private sector with. As we’ve been expanding so too has the SME panel. With…

Chiron Risk’s Garry Honey on risk – blog

Garry Honey, Caja associate and founder of Chiron Risk, has written for the Financial Reporting Council on the 25th anniversary of the UK Corporate Governance Code. Garry looks at the principal of risk, who defines it and why a positive approach to risk is needed in times of economic and political uncertainty.    The FRC…

From Good To Great…What hobbies tell us about finding time to excel at work

An article written in 2016 suggests that on average we spend nearly a full working day practising our hobbies.  For many of us this will be nurturing our garden, fastidiously practicing to improve our golf handicap, honing a recipe until we create food heaven, tinkering with our car or bike until it runs like a…

Caja at Connected Local Government Live – Video

Jason Burg (Director) and Dawn Cooper – one of our associates – caught up with Joe Tibbets at Information Daily. They discussed councils setting up in the commercial sphere and what they need to do to increase their chances of success. We think it’s all about getting the right people for the job and that many…

Exploring Brexit – Seminar

We will be co-hosting a breakfast seminar at Keele Hall, on the 9th November 2017 at 8:00am. The seminar will be led by Professor Garry Honey, founder of Chiron Risk, who is interested in how organisations treat risk as a future uncertainty and opportunity in strategic decision making rather than seeing risk as a threat…

Caja Associate Induction Day – 8th September

We had the first of our revamped induction sessions on Friday (8th September), which was fantastic, thought provoking and we hope thoroughly enjoyed by all. We not only focused on the basics of how associates can work with Caja when they are in a project, but we also took the session as an opportunity to…

Associate Induction Days

Our induction days are filling up fast so ensure you book your place as we only have a few spaces left on the below dates: – Friday 8th September 10am to 4pm – 2 spaces left Wednesday 13th September 10am to 4pm – 6 spaces left Thursday 5th October 10am to 4pm  – 5 spaces left The day will be a mix…

Caja Monthly Newsletter – August

We’ve launched our new monthly newsletter for associates. If anyone has not received it, get in touch with Rachel (rachel.campbell@cajagroup.com) to receive a copy.

How small businesses can prepare for new data regulations and GDPR

People will get more rights to force social media organisations to delete any personal data under a new law brought forward by government in the summer. Minister for Digital, Matt Hancock say the new legislation amounts to the “right to be forgotten” by companies. This legislation has developed from calls during the election campaign that…