Leaders For What's Next

Amrop advises the world’s most dynamic, agile organizations on identifying and positioning Leaders For What’s Next - adept at working across borders, in markets around the world. Operating through more than 80 offices, Amrop is one of the world’s largest retained executive search partnerships.

The New CHRO

Simultaneous shifts in environmental, regulatory, sustainability and geopolitical dimensions have transformed management and placed exceptional demands on leaders. If, as a consequence, human and leadership capital are an unprecedented source of competitive advantage for organizations, what are the implications for the CHRO? While this offers a great platform for HR leaders to re-envision the function, not all are ready to assume the new leadership requirements.

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Amrop Life Sciences: When Talent and Business Strategies Align

When life sciences companies complain that they can’t find enough good people, the cause, in our view, is most likely to be centered on a misalignment between the strategic goals of the business and the efforts of the company’s talent acquisition teams. In this article, we outline the approach we took as talent acquisition leaders at Pfizer and offer ideas that you can implement right away

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Personal Governance 5

Recent months have seen at least three cases of CEOs suffering the physical effects of overload – a heart attack, an on-stage collapse, hospitalization for severe pneumonia. All were aged under 60, as was the former Chief Executive of a major insurance company, who took his own life following his resignation.

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Omni-channel

In Canada, a large and venerable mass-merchant faces a serious rethink in order to evolve its Customer Centricity from ‘art’ to ‘science.’ In China, the e-commerce team of a renowned retailer is confused and frustrated by constant changes in strategic direction. Even the best leaders face a host of challenges in the omni-channel race. We set the scene, report from the frontline and present the ideal profile for the elusive 'omni-channel champion.'

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