The challenge culture presents is that it is the behavioural equivalent of the water in a goldfish bowl. We mostly don't know that it's there but it, nevertheless, sustains life. The tools that TRANSEARCH International (powered by Orxestra®) uses provide a unique perspective regarding culture, performance, leadership and team 'fit'.
Frank Galati, Managing Partner at TRANSEARCH Toronto, highlights how developments in AI and automated machinery are changing the face of mining.
The demand for skilled leadership exceeds supply worldwide and the pressure is high for organisations to find and retain top talent. Ulrich F. Ackermann, Chair at TRANSEARCH International, is interviewed alongside other global AESC leaders for the most recent Executive Talent magazine to discuss the tremendous growth in the executive search and leadership consulting profession.
Grant White, Director at TRANSEARCH International Australia, provides key takeouts from a survey of 200 global physical security leaders conducted by Microsoft and Accenture.
A good interviewer will be very clear about the results expected from a position. They will evaluate as objectively as possible if a candidate is the one for that challenge. Cristian Duarte, TRANSEARCH Chile, explains how providing 'evidence, evidence, evidence' of past performance demonstrates the connections between your CV and your achievement history. Article in Spanish.
There is one fact of life that is impossible to ignore - tomorrow will be (very) different. More specifically, the rate of change is getting faster - and about to get much faster. It is a matter of adapt or perish.
Flexibility, a flatter structure, enhanced freedom to act, and a laser-like business focus represent part of the answer. Being faster, however, is ultimately all about how people learn.
In this excerpt from the book 'The A–Z of Organization Culture', John Burdett explains why the speed of learning is quickly becoming the ultimate competitive advantage, and presents several innovative ways of introducing effective learning experiences into your organisation.
In times of process automation, it is not surprising that we wonder what the world of work will be like in the future. Technologies have been changing ways of working, relationships between teams and even business models. And this "unknown" results in a natural anxiety about simple issues like: Will there be work for everyone in 10, 20 or 50 years? Article in Portuguese.
Darren Raycroft discusses the preparedness of Canada to meet the needs of the AI revolution.