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Thoughts from World Economic Forum: Africa 2019

World Economic Focum (WEF) Africa was a great opportunity to think and reflect and truly reinforced that people are our greatest asset.

HR Executive - This is How to Really Set Your New Execs Up for Success

A detailed executive-onboarding strategy is key.

Süddeutsche Zeitung – A Gentle Revolution: An Interview with Jill Ader

Jill Ader is the first woman at the helm of Egon Zehnder. For her to reach that position, it meant breaking a long-established in-house rule.

London M&A and Integration Board Dinner: Summer 2019

Philip Aiken, Chair of Aveva & Balfour Beatty, joined to discuss M&A and integration from the board perspective.

Power Moves

Insights and solutions from our over 30 events around the world in 2019 that you can employ in your organization and your own life.

It's social

Strategy consultant and author Peter Schein, co-author of “Humble Leadership” which he wrote together with his father Ed Schein, on psychological safety, matrix leadership, and how human-digital interaction could work in the future.

In conversation with Ed Schein

Ed Schein, MIT Professor emeritus and the father of organizational development, explains why we should forget everything we’ve been taught about leadership – and focus on getting to know each other.

CDO of Macerich Kevin McKenzie Shares What It's Like Being a CDO Today

As part of Egon Zehnder's global survey, Lindsay Trout spoke with Macerich EVP & CDO Kevin McKenzie for his personal take on what it means being a Chief Digital Officer today.

Digital Executive Laura Merling Shares the Biggest Challenges Facing Today's Chief Digital Officers

As part of Egon Zehnder's global survey on CDOs, Laura Merling, Digital Strategic Advisor formerly at AT&T and Ford, shares what it means to be a Chief Digital Officer today.

Digital Gravity – A Global Automotive Study (by KPMG and Egon Zehnder)

The digital transformation of the automotive industry is a huge priority, but our research of 500 automotive executives found that they have yet to solve digitization in the industry.

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