While the Covid-19 pandemic hits and reshapes companies, industries, national economies, and our society in previously unthinkable ways, business leaders need to think beyond survival to the opportunities this crisis might create, not only for their own organizations but the greater good.
Consumer companies know all too well that the winner of the innovation race will land the next generation of customers. Yet one blind spot many organizations face as they push to discover “what’s next” is that they equate leading innovation with leading change.
Leaders at Davos are showing a real sense of conviction about doing more for the environment but now need to translate their words into action, says Jill Ader, chairwoman of Egon Zehnder in an interview with Deutsche Welle (DW) at the World Economic Forum.
ZURICH / 29 April, 2020. Given the severe restrictions on human and business activity that COVID-19 has unleashed around the world, virtually every CEO and HR leader faces the same challenge: how to manage and maintain an organization’s culture in turbulent times. One unpalatable truth that this crisis has exposed is that most organizations are using antiquated frameworks to manage their most complex asset: human capital. The data on the resource most critical to effective crisis management lacks rigor.
Chief Supply Chain Officers (CSCOs) are facing the most disruptive supply chain environment ever, requiring new leadership approaches to evolve a new way of operating
ZURICH – March 26, 2020 – Egon Zehnder, the world’s preeminent leadership advisory firm, today announced its results for fiscal 2019, reporting revenues of CHF 746 million, a 3% increase over 2018 at constant exchange rates. Sustained growth was seen across its leadership advisory services, including CEO search and succession, board advisory offerings and leadership development. As a privately owned partnership, Egon Zehnder operates globally with a debt-free, strong balance sheet.