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The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network is delighted to invite you to gaze into the crystal ball with Tom Standage, editor of The Economist publication: The World Ahead 2022. The Economist is known for its thought provoking predictions and challenges to conventional thinking.
Thinking beyond the medium term: in conversation with South Africa’s Finance Minister
When President Biden was elected in November 2020, many wondered how US-China relations would change, and how that would affect South-east Asia. A year later, those questions still remain, and busines
The CFO Foresight network is the leading senior corporate cross-industry community, enabling members to develop new relationships and to share ideas and problem solve in a closed-door setting. Leveraging Corporate Network’s global connections and our extensive network, we provide a platform for Finance Officers to to exchange experiences and insights, to strengthen and develop participants strategic skills and deepen their understanding of the impact of external drivers.
Succession planning is often viewed as a HR responsibility, but when done well, it is performed by leaders throughout the organization. This — coupled with structured learning & development, early identification of promising talent, and an integrated and holistic planning process — ensures that your business is set up for success in the future. How should you structure succession planning for your organisation? How can you most effectively identify and groom the future leadership for your company?
Managing risk and boosting resilience across the supply chain have never been more important. In the new global reality, Chief Supply Chain Officers need supply chains that don’t just minimize day-to-day risk, but can also absorb, adapt to, and recover from catastrophic disruption whenever and wherever it strikes.
Even in places where Covid-19 may be acceptably contained, the pandemic has impacted the world of work, perhaps fundamentally. The rapid introduction of various models of working-from-home and hybrid arrangements created disruptions in the workplace, but also provided useful lessons that companies can incorporate as they emerge from this challenging period.
The agenda around talent, leadership and the nature of work has been evolving. However, the human impact of the pandemic and the acceleration of technology have combined to create seismic changes to the world of work.