Why It Pays to Have a Plan According the PwC authors, Ken Favaro, Per-Ola Karlsson, and Gary L. Neilson, poor planning for changes in leadership costs companies dearly. Unexpected successions can paralyze even the best-functioning companies, they can wreak a harsh...
According to Gregory Lewis, the head of Talent Acquisition at LinkedIn, Brendan Browne, confirms that using data and talent analytics has changed the way his department is perceived by the business. Will Gaker from LinkedIn’s talent analytics team and RJ...
Develop a plan that brings together data, analytics, frontline tools, and people to create business value. Only by spending the time to craft a plan can executives establish a common language to focus on goals and on ways of getting...
According to Ashley Harshak, DeAnne Aguirre, and Anna Brown, the fact that change has become more frequent does not make such changes any easier. Change is, at its core, a people process, and people are creatures of habit, hardwired to resist...
Defining Moments: What Every Leader Should Know About Balancing Life Reaching a level of total balance requires more than just dividing your time among the many roles you play in your professional and personal lives -- business leader, father, husband,...
CEO perspectives – IMD President Dominique Turpin talks with KPMG Nicholas Griffin, Head of the Global Strategy Group at KPMG shares results and insights from a recent KPMG study that surveyed 1,200 CEOs. Findings show that CEO perspectives differ greatly...
According to Matt Zimmer, CEO of Flash Global, management must make passion a clear priority for the organization. A company with happy, engaged employees is more than a great place to work. HBR and Gallup research reveal that it’s also more profitable and...
As HR works to find and keep the best talent for the company; they’ll need to partner with IT to create an environment of productivity and work-life integration.  
New Wharton research looks at how thousands of NASA employees with vastly different roles were able to rally around the common goal of a lunar landing in the 1960s.
Workplaces today are under disruption by a range of factors, including shifting demographics, relentless business change, and global economic forces. The power of new technologies to address this disruption is directly related to an organization's ability to integrate those technologies...
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