Corporate leadership has to think in much broader terms today – not just about business strategy and people, but also about how those people engage and interconnect. This includes the physical space they inhabit: the office. The way in which it is structured for operation, and meets the needs of diverse groups, are increasingly recognized as critical to business performance.Czytaj więcej
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Amrop doradza najbardziej dynamicznym i zmieniającym się organizacjom na świecie w identyfikacji oraz poszukiwaniu Liderów Przyszłości – gotowych na zmiany i posiadających doświadczenie w pracy na rynkach międzynarodowych. Działając z ponad 80 biur, Amrop jest jedną z największych na świecie organizacji partnerskich executive search.
The concept of MP is high on the corporate strategic agenda, impacting people’s daily lives. Individuals and organizations able to surf the waves of change are members of a privileged generation. MP is a booming business. Already in 2013, Gartner had predicted that the value of worldwide MP transactions would reach a 44 percent increase over 2012. Amrop interviewed 12 top managers in the field.Czytaj więcej
Companies must learn to cooperate as well as compete if they’re to survive in an increasingly digitized world, says the Managing Partner of Amrop Jenewein, Günther Tengel. And companies are advised to work together selectively, especially in the area of human resources.Czytaj więcej
For a CEO, it is ever more critical to understand and build on the different perspectives that impact success: customers, competitors, partners, employees. As the pace of change quickens, one needs to act on this 'diversity of thought', moving swiftly and daring to make mistakes. Yet being this curious, open and action-oriented, and risking mistakes (within reason) is counter to the wiring of many organizations. If the cultural change is challenging, one key is the CEO/CHRO partnership.Czytaj więcej