Lincoln Recruitment Specialists have completed in-depth analysis and research of the accountancy market for year to date 2013 and results highlight a number of heightened demands for niche and specific skillsets in the Accountancy market. Key requirements include: strong systems skills tax structuring ability an advisory focus to non-finance divisions and Previous exposure to MNC or … Continued
The 1% podcast: Brian Mullins
The name Brian Mullins will always be synonymous with a defining era for Gaelic Football in Dublin. Over the course of his career he won four All-Ireland titles, nine Leinster titles, two National League titles and two All-Star awards, and became a hero of Hill 16 for his inspirational displays in the middle of the field. He has managed Derry and his club St Vincent’s to success and is currently Director of Sport in UCD.
In this episode, we deep dive into some of Brian’s experiences on and off the pitch, his formative experience of summers spent with his cousins in Kerry and Clare, his time playing inter-provincial rugby with Leinster, Kevin Heffernan’s management style and unique personality, his current work with UCD and much more.
Does Culture still eat strategy for breakfast? If so, whats the receipe for success?
Author: Orla Doyle
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” was a quote articulated by Peter Drucker that later percolated into mainstream media thanks to Ford CEO Mark Fields. It implies that the determinants of a company’s long-term success revolve more around the culture they cultivate than the strategy they formulate. However, the interpretation of that quote in some modern workplaces is somewhat misconstrued, potentially bordering on hollow. Culture is built from the ground up, and exemplified from the top down.Read more>
Profile of the Future-Forward CFO
Author: Shay Dalton
In the years gone by, finance teams were facilitators rather than drivers of organisational strategy. At the most rudimentary level, CFOs are assigned the responsibility of positioning their companies for growth (both organic and M&A) while keeping costs within acceptable parameters.Read more>
Our most recent breakfast briefing took place on Friday, 5th October 2012 with one of Ireland’s most respected entrepreneurs John Teeling on the topic: The Future of Business, a personal perspective. John Teeling is best known in Ireland as the Founder and Chairman of Cooley Distillery, however he also focuses on the Natural Resources sector, where over the … Continued
Conor O’Shea attracts a crowd – even for a breakfast briefing at 7.30 in the morning. The ex-Leinster and London-Irish full back, now Director of Rugby at Harlequins RFC, was our keynote speaker at the booked-out Lincoln Insights Quarterly Breakfast Briefing in Chartered Accountants’ House last Friday, discussing what Businesses can learn from Sports Management … Continued
Kingsley Aikins is a prolific and lifetime networker. He was until 2009 the President and CEO of The Ireland Funds, based in Sydney and Boston among 10 other cities around the world, facilitating the funding of over 1200 projects in Ireland worth over a quarter of a billion dollars. These projects were as diverse as … Continued
That was the question addressed by guest speaker Shane Mulhall at Lincoln Search & Selection’s Breakfast Briefing on Dublin’s Pearse Street this morning. Mulhall is the former chairman of Irish food tech firm Odenberg and was present at Chartered Accountants House to offer an alternative to what they say makes the world go round. Morale … Continued