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FUTURE AGENDA | Evolving Challenges

Some 65 percent of digital leaders have a culture that isn’t afraid of risks, and have a high tolerance for bold initiatives   The digital revolution has given rise to a networked world that binds customers, employees, managers, and systems together. Making...
In three videos, the authors Ken Favaro, Per-Ola Karlsson, and Gary L. Neilson discuss women CEOs of the last 10 years and the evolution of the CEO role over 100 years as well as predictions for the role in...
The Strategy& Chief Executive Study, with Richard Rawlinson, Carolin Oelschlegel highlights CEOs with more diverse experience hired in the UK compared with other global regions. Over the past fourteen years, Strategy& has researched Chief Executive successions and success trends among the...
How close are you to a balanced neurochemistry is the degree to which you will experience peak performance Science is crystal clear about it: All behaviour has a corresponding chemical pattern in the brain Through your daily behaviors and the environments...
 What is changing? Globalisation: The economic, social, cultural, and political dimensions. Consumer motivations, aspirations and buying patterns - More sophisticated, better  informed; Enhanced ability to identify and leverage pockets of excellence; Greater development and promotion opportunities; Companies use coordinated...
In today’s knowledge economy, around 80% of an organisation’s value lies in its intangible assets; its human, intellectual and social capital. The value of an organisation’s intangible assets has increased prominently in recent years. At the same time a...
The digital revolution is fundamentally changing the world. The "Next Big Thing" video highlights some of the major changes that digitization brings to governments, businesses, and consumers. This video was originally published by Booz & Company.
10 immutable laws of mistakes By Alan Norton Mistakes are an inevitable mystery. Why do we make them? Why do we repeat them?   But as Allan Norton explains, certain laws govern how we deal with them, learn from them, conceal them, and even profit...
  The debate in Davos was dominated by one issue: the surge in inequality. In the UK the gender pay gap still looms large – and as the Institute for Fiscal Studies revealed, there has been a four-fold increase in the...
According to Paul Kearns chair of the Maturity Institute, in an HR magazine article, ‘What is the point of human capital reporting?’, states that the need for a method by which companies can report on their human capital has...
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