Benito Cachinero discusses human capital strategy on Wharton Business School's radio series, Leadership in Action.
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.
Karim Jalbout discussed “Leading Through Change” with two upcoming tech leaders at CogX 2019.
Global In-House Centers (GICs) are no longer just a repository for internal IT or operations functions. Today, GCCs not only drive process and productivity improvements for global corporations, but they also create new capabilities, lead cross-functional efforts, and bring new product and service offerings to the market based on innovations borne at these centers.
Humility is a top requirement for the emerging workforce. Karl Alleman shares how both individuals and organizations can tap its potential in his latest piece for Fast Company.
Egon Zehnder’s Kristi Maynor discusses which C-Suite role exhibits key leadership factors most closely to the CEO.
Despite the rise of big data, artificial intelligence, and advanced analytics, human resources is still waiting for its revolution.
Large-scale transformation in the telecommunications industry requires leaders who understand technology with a proven ability to transform organizations – a rare find.
According to our own internal research, professionals between the ages of 45-60 leaving the consumer industry have surged from 30 percent between 1991-2000 to 50 percent between 2000 and 2019. This means one out of every two senior leaders in the consumer industry has undergone a career transition in the nine years.
Hong Kong and China's most successful business leaders gathered to answer the question: Will we be marginalized by the disruptions of technology and the phenomenal growth of the rest of China—or will we embrace this chance to reinvent ourselves?