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EXECUTIVE OUTLOOK 2013 - LEADING FOR INNOVATION AND SUSTAINING GROWTH
The findings of our annual C-suite survey are in. This year, we spoke with 179 executives in a broad range of industries across the globe. We asked them about their views on innovation and how they plan to sustain growth amid ongoing economic uncertainty.
What they told us was that company culture was their key focus for the year. And, that for many, the main barriers to innovation and agility are those that are embedded within their organisational culture. In fact, C-suite executives appear to be just as focused on the cultural aspects of organisational innovation and change as they are on implementing new technology and creating new products.
While this initially surprised us, it also reminded us of the critical nature of talent in an uncertain economic environment. We know that competitiveness is not just about great products and efficient processes—it’s about people. And it seems that after four-plus years of global economic turmoil, many leaders are again recognising that their employees’ attitudes are critical to business success.We are pleased to share the thoughts and insights of these business leaders in more detail throughout this report.
ASIAN OUTLOOK 2012 - CEO PERSPECTIVES ON BUSINESS AND TALENT
This paper examines the views of a diverse array of business leaders from the Asian region on what they see as the key business issues in the year ahead, and what they are doing to prepare for it. It is essentially an inside view of what business is thinking, planning and doing to address the multiple challenges that confront us.It comprises the views of the most senior executives from large and medium sized businesses across sectors including manufacturing, FMCG, IT, financial services, tourism, property, multimedia and e-commerce.LEADING BY EXAMPLE
This report details the differences in employee attitudes across geographies and generations, and notes startling similarities in many of the key drivers of overall satisfaction within their workplaces. It also outline some key recommendations for organizations that are looking to improve their employee relations and move towards a stronger employment brand.LIVING AMONG WOLVES
With four key pressure points impacting business globally, HR outsourcing is emerging as a core strategy for success.Living Among Wolves is a compilation of writings by Rolf Kleiner, exploring the four forces driving the uptake of HR outsourcing.