A growing number of industry spaces are at risk against a bevy of influences brought on by new technology and new business competitors whose aims are as disruptive as they are ambitious. So what do these disruptive forces mean for your executive career, and your company today?
To lead is to be in the people business - present and future. Talent management generally, and talent acquisition more specifically, are strategic. How do we define the qualities that shape the leadership we need? How do we start to create tomorrow's leadership today? John Burdett outlines the linchpin role that (the right) leadership competencies play in transforming talent management into a competitive advantage.
One of the most difficult challenges today's global executives face has everything to do with the shifting market dynamics that are already changing or threatening to disrupt legacy customer and distributor relationships.
While it's easy to envision a workforce where tech skills dominate, the in-demand skills of the future are actually human. Howard Pezim highlights why both technical and human skills will be better position organisations for success.