Articles and Papers
The latest thinking on executive talent as it relates to growth, competitive advantage and other corporate issues.
We have been undertaking our Annual Survey of the market for many years now, gathering and analysing data on the preceding year’s key metrics and trends. This year, we were pleased to receive a record response from both our clients and Interim Managers.
Boyden Russia reviews the challenges of the fast developing and dynamic market in Russia, elaborating on the changes that have taken place over the years, and the types of leadership profiles that are evolving in modern Russia.
In this study, Viviane de Beaufort of ESSEC, the foremost European business school, draws on academic research, conventional HR wisdom and interviews with female executives, board members and politicians to explore the complicated relationship between women and power: how they gain access to it, and how they exercise it.
There’s been much talk recently about the potential impact – both positive and negative – that Twitter, Facebook and other forms of social media can have on corporate reputation. At issue is how important it is for the board to truly understand the opportunities and pitfalls they present.
As IT has evolved into the “indispensable engine of a global economy,” the role of the CIO has changed dramatically, requiring stronger leadership than ever. José Carlos Eiras, global IT executive and author of The Practical CIO, shares his insights on the need for the modern CIO to hire great talent, run IT like a business, and act as a partner in the C-suite.