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The joys of working from home – the leadership challenges

The message we are hearing from our national leaders is that we are all in this together and we are trying to build a bridge as we run over it to the other side.  Those of us with flexible workplaces and in less crisis-affected sectors are very grateful to still have a job while many […]

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Africa, continent of Talents and Challenges

The population of the African continent will increase by about 1 billion by 2050. This represents a real resource but concurrently a real time bomb. In this respect, Africa is today seen as the continent of the future of the planet, which will be the relay of growth of the world economy… Read more

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Where is China Heading?

Facing slower growth, resurging inflation, rising debt and bankruptcies, increasing state controls, epidemics and international frictions, should our enterprises keep seeing China as a business priority? Read more

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In corporate leadership, age diversity can improve competitiveness

The proliferation of technology from advanced analytics to artificial intelligence, the internet of things and robotics, is having a profound impact on how business is done, sometimes in unexpected ways. If a firm has minds of all ages in its boardroom or the Csuite, this can make it easier to steer through the disruption, even […]

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Difficult to find right talent for auto sector as it is transitioning

Alexander Huges, a Paris-based international executive search firm having presence in over 40 countries including India has been assisting automotive industry for decades. It has assisted auto majors like PSA, Group Renault, and Tata Motors in key appointments. Source: ETauto – The Economic Times  –  June 27, 2019 Read more

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Pampered Lot

From global family insurance to minimum tenure, India Inc. is going out of the way to keep its honchos happy. But not all perks are in black and white. Source: India Today – May 19, 2019 Read more

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