Leading Through Uncertainty

Makes decisive decisions and implements business strategies despite uncertainty. Leads through change, acting without perfect information, adjusting as needed to changing conditions.

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2018 HR M&A Lab - San Francisco

June 06, 2018 |(San Francisco, CA)

Practical Ideas on How to Build Your HR M&A Capability and Preparedness

22 Truths about Organization Design: Insights from the 2017 Organization Design Conference

December 2017

Nothing lasts for long in today’s volatile business climate—not even your latest organization design. Designs should enable agility and digital adaptability, embracing new ways of thinking while retaining core values.

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A Marriage of Algorithms and Human Capital - Part III

September 04, 2018

Part III will focus on strategic workforce planning and EY's "Monte Carlo" simulations. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available

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Op-Ed: We May be Missing the Productivity Revival in the Global Economy

(Global Economy Center Blog, May 2018)

Policymakers returned home from last month’s spring meetings of the World Bank and IMF with a clear message. The current short-term outlook provides no guarantee for sustained economic growth in the medium-term. Not surprisingly the word “productivity” therefore appears many times in this edition of the IMF’s World Economic Outlook. Productivity growth will be one of the most effective ways to prevent the recent upswing in global growth from slowing down prematurely.

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  • Op-Ed: We May be Missing the Productivity Revival in the Global Economy

    (Global Economy Center Blog, May 2018)

    Policymakers returned home from last month’s spring meetings of the World Bank and IMF with a clear message. The current short-term outlook provides no guarantee for sustained economic growth in the medium-term. Not surprisingly the word “productivity” therefore appears many times in this edition of the IMF’s World Economic Outlook. Productivity growth will be one of the most effective ways to prevent the recent upswing in global growth from slowing down prematurely.
  • Will China Out-Innovate the World

    (Global Economy Center Blog, April 2018)

    China has recognized the need to put its giant economy on a path toward developing an innovation culture, an initiative that could position it to challenge the U.S. as a global leader of innovation. But despite a massive investment in research and development, the nation faces some significant barriers to reaching its goal.
  • Tariffs or no tariffs, the pickup in global trade won’t last

    (Global Economy Center Blog, April 2018)

    Slow trade growth will be the dominant feature of the world economy in the coming decade, not because of the latest tariff dispute between the US and China, but because of three longer-term trends, argue Ilaria Maselli and Ataman Ozyildirim.

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