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    “Chief Executives have tremendous resources at their disposal, but they face an acute scarcity in one critical area: Time. Drawing on an in-depth 12-year study, this package examines the unique time management challenges of CEOs and the best strategies for conquering them.”

    3 great articles:

    • How CEOs Manage Time
    • What Do CEOs Actually Do?
    • One CEO’s Approach to Managing His Calendar

    The Leader's Calendar

    on Harvard Business Review

    Running a large global company is an exceedingly complex job. The scope of the organization’s managerial work is vast, encompassing functional agendas, business unit agendas, multiple organizational... Read »

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    Never has talent been more mobile, and never has the mobility of talent been more critical for business success. This report uses data from a survey of 366,000 people in 197 countries and a simultaneous survey of 6,000 recruiters to “understand what has changed about people’s job preferences and attitudes toward mobility.”

    Decoding Global Talent 2018

    Rainer Strack, Mike Booker, Orsolya Kovács-Ondrejkovic, Pierre Antebi, David Welch on The Boston Consulting Group

    Ask leaders at big companies what worries them, and one of the first things they’ll mention is the challenge of managing a workforce at a time of rapid change. Jobs being transformed by automation a... Read »

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    The Foundation for Young Australians follows the progression of young people over time across Australia, running a survey from age 15 every year for 10 years until age 25.

    Preparing young people for the new work reality

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    Following the journeys of 14,000 young people over a decade, the New Work Reality report reveals the factors that accelerate the transition to full-time work, including the skills, mindset and confide... Read »

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    The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) conference is a forum for research into the scientific study of work. Evan Sinar examines 712 presentations from SIOP conferences over the period 2008-2018 to analyse, interpret, and extrapolate future-of-work implications.

    11 Years, 9,712 Presentations: A Visual Analysis of SIOP Conferences Shows Key Workplace Trends and Futures

    Evan Sinar on LinkedIn

    The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) conference is the most prolific annual forum for research and data-driven practical recommendations emerging from the scientific study o... Read »

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    PwC’s 21st CEO Survey presents CEO predictions for organisational growth opportunites over the next 12 months and key findings on the talent requirements to get there.

    PwC's 21st CEO Survey: The Anxious Optimist in the Corner Office

    on PwC

    The workforce transformation demanded in the digital economy is about much more than simply automating routine processes; it’s about the collaboration between technology and talent to unleash an org... Read »

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    The Deloitte 2018 Global Human Capital Trends report examines how social capital has become just as important as human, financial and physical capital. The report explores how a shift to a social enterprise impacts the flow of human capital and influences talent strategies.

    The Deloitte 2018 Global Human Capital Trends report

    on Deloitte Insights

    Organizations today are judged for more than their success as a business. They’re now being held responsible for their impact on society at large. Explore the 2018 trends. Read »

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    Learning from a drop in career trajectory can give you the tools you need to achieve something amazing, or the confidence to try something out of the box. Sophie Pusz takes an honest look at her three biggest career regrets to date, and the lessons learnt from each of them.

    My three biggest career regrets

    Sophie Pusz on The Slade Report

    If you were to look at most people’s career trajectory, it generally rises over time, but zoom in a little and you’ll probably see some dips or a drop along the way. The upside to those dips is th... Read »

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    Brands are ditching CVs to find new ways of discovering diverse talent

    Charlotte Rogers on Marketing Week

    As the world of work evolves, brands are ditching old fashioned CVs in favour of highly digital, behaviour-focused strategies for attracting diverse talent. As the workplace environment evolves and so... Read »

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    Improving Company Culture Is Not About Providing Free Snacks

    Alice Zhou on strategy+business

    What’s the difference between culture and employee engagement? It’s a good question. Many people use the two terms interchangeably. In their minds, the term company culture is synonymous with free... Read »

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    Hunt Scanlon Media focuses on the issue of diversity at the C-level identified from a landmark study by TRANSEARCH International that looked at more than 3,000 C-level appointments representing 10 industry groups across North America.

    Diversity Hiring Is Lagging At CEO and CFO Levels

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    Across the executive ranks, five times more men than women were appointed to new positions, according to a just released report issued by TRANSEARCH International. Read »

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