Supervisory and Executive Boards must act in the interests of their shareholders. Not exclusively, but sustainably. How can the owners of a company go about evaluating their highest representatives and their achievements? On what criteria should Boards expect to be evaluated, and self-evaluate?Czytaj więcej
Leaders For What's Next
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Worldwide, the mining industry is competing for a limited supply of critical talent to meet significant and growing challenges. Unless it focuses collective energy, the difficulties will increase exponentially. In this article, Amrop's Global Mining, Energy & Infrastructure Practice identifies the trends having the greatest impact on talent management in the mining industry.Czytaj więcej
With trust in business leadership at an all-time low, it’s not surprising that ethics has become such a common word in the lexicon. But what do ‘ethics’ actually mean for you, as a leader? In Part 3 of our series, we take a journey into the Second Principle of Personal Governance. In this tour of the often-confusing ethical landscape, we provide signposts for Leaders who are seeking to do – and be – ‘the right thing’.Czytaj więcej
What does the C-suite really think about the Smart Factory? Is it a true paradigm shift? Or a case of the ‘emperor’s new clothes’? How high is the topic on the strategic agenda? What are the implications for human capital? Finally, what could make for Smarter Leadership? To find out more, Amrop conducted confidential conversations with a select group of senior manufacturing executives from Europe and the US.Czytaj więcej