Paola Maria Caburlotto, Senior Partner at TRANSEARCH International and President of The Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Italy, is pleased to announce a networking cocktail reception in Milan on June 13, where young and talented professionals can chat with Booth Alumni, and discuss their experiences, the value of an MBA, Booth and any other topics of interest.
The global artificial intelligence market is expected to grow from USD $21.46 Billion in 2018 to USD $190.61 Billion by 2025. This new major market challenges our current methods and demands leaders and organizations that are prepared to work in an exponentially smarter, digital world.
When looking for a leader who will have global responsibility for a function or a business, nothing shows adaptability and flexibility like past success in an international assignment or two, where an individual is immersed in different cultures.
Top-line revenue growth, challenges of entering new markets, risk management. Each of those deserves attention, but perhaps none as much as this cross-functional performance lever: talent management.
Cultural fit is integral to evaluating executive candidates. A capability driven recruitment strategy may help an organisation achieve its goals, but a strategy that incorporates culture brings the spirit, cohesion and inspiration that underpins success.
Our highly successful client was struggling to continue its expansion and had stagnated at $800 million in annual revenue. The company was having difficulty attracting new customers despite having a superior business approach and commitment that outperformed large, publicly-traded competitors and which was far more sophisticated and more consistently delivering elegant solutions than its privately-held competitors.
The challenge was to sort and answer the question of whether a new leader of marketing and communications could develop and then execute the kind of market-focused strategy that could help pull the company forward. The following case study explains how we tackled that challenge.
In today's turbulent times we believe strongly that to lead is to employ the head, empower the hand, engage the heart and enrich the spirit. If one of the elements of the leadership dance is either missing or short-changed, mediocrity or more of the same is the best that can be hoped for. Learn more about the Orxestra® experience and creating tomorrow's leadership today.
Climate is a measure of how people feel about the organisation at a specific point in time. Culture describes the underlying systemic pillars that shape behaviour over the long term. Talent management means insight into and action around both.
How could a single executive hire create a new vision and transform a business unit in decline - effectively reversing a strategic corporate decision? With our TRANSEARCH Orxestra™ scorecard in hand to guide our path forward, we defined the business scope, outlined potential business strategies and developed the candidate criteria for our search campaign.
One of the best measures of a consultant's 'value-add' is their willingness to tell you when you're wrong or, more pointedly, when you're leading your business into dangerous waters.