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.

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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Building the Future

How an international MidCap construction business redefined its vision and bridged the gap between aspiration and action. Amrop interviews Heimo Scheuch, CEO of Wienerberger, a 194-year old, international building materials group.

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Joining Forces: What happens when the CEO and CHRO work hand-in-hand?

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.

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Amrop India Series: What's Next in Education?

Far from playing catch-up with India’s policy framework, India’s education sector is ahead of the game. Galvanized by private players, the rapid increase in demand for high quality education has transformed the education sector into a ‘sunrise’ sector. And a new category of demand is driving investment.

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