Are we simply opposed to simple products? Nick Jones investigates the simplicity minefield.
We should set out our stall out right from the start; we like simple. Simple is good. We like simple when we are buying a car or a smart- phone; many like simple food. But how easy is it to be simple? Surely it’s the easiest thing in the world, right? Wrong. In fact, developing simple products seems to be one of the hardest challenges for companies all around us every day. Let’s take mobile phones for example, early mobiles did very little but we’re invariably way more complex to use than...
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LV= discusses how it would like to see financial resilience top of the agenda for the new Single Financial Guidance Body (SFGB).
When the government announced the proposed changes for salary sacrifice in the Autumn Statement last year, it felt like the end of workplace benefits, writes Jeff Fox.