So far, we have unpacked three dimensions of our Digital Competency Model: Strategy, Organization and Culture. The race to digitize has confirmed the CIO’s role as a defining one in modern business. The bandwidth to ‘stop missing out on digital opportunities’ at minimum, and to ‘transform business models through digitization’ at best, distinguishes this from other corporate roles.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.
Maria da Glória Riberio, Managing Partner of Amrop Portugal, has spent two decades interviewing and learning from business leaders. In this 2nd article based on her well-received book, Maria translates some core principles of strategic marketing into self-marketing - presenting ourselves to the right audience, in a unique and compelling way.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
As cave dwellers, co-operation improved the chances of our survival as a species, so the instinctive tendency for co-operation is deeply embedded in our brains. If this is the case, then why is co-operation sometimes so difficult to establish? In this article, Amrop guest writer Dr. Tara Swart takes a look at the neuroscience of business. How can its insights explain and optimize our interactions with stakeholders?Czytaj więcej