Leadership & Talent


Leadership & Talent

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Global Talent

March 2016
As Brazil struggles with recession and low productivity, how to motivate workers becomes an important question. Some of the answers are surprising.

Organizing for Excellence

April 2016
Real life isn't simple; rather, it's complex and even messy. The same is true for business. Avoid watchwords like focus, streamline, and lean. Develop a truly diverse organization.
April 2016
Reorganization is a powerful lever for boosting company performance, but the results are often disappointing. A smart new approach dramatically increases the likelihood of success.
January 2016
Smart simplicity, supported by digital tools, can help unleash the productivity and engagement so desperately needed in the modern economy.

The CEO Agenda

July 2015
Public companies in the US have a one-in-three chance of not surviving the next five years. What can CEOs do to drive both performance and longevity?
HR Excellence
December 2015
How long did people spend looking for work in 2014? Which search channels did they like best? Learn the answers to those and other questions in this comprehensive report.
November 2015
To take advantage of social media recruiting, banks need to view the channel not simply as a brand-building vehicle but as a recruitment vehicle.
July 2015
In today’s competitive business environment, HR organizations need to adopt a more innovative and active role. Four specific measures can help.
December 2014
This report, published in conjunction with the World Federation of People Management Associations, identifies three common themes that characterize top-performing HR functions.
Reducing Gender Inequality
November 2014
At a conference in Brazil, women in politics and business discussed how to improve the participation and representation of women in the political, social, and economic arenas.
October 2014
Social capital is critical to the success of entrepreneurs, but its particular importance for women—as well as how to develop it—isn’t well understood.
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