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Heidrick & Struggles: Preventing a Leadership Crisis in Asia's Talent Pipeline

Succession planning and the development of a pipeline of prospective leaders are vital parts of any company’s people strategy: turning to the talent pool to plug leadership gaps at the last moment is a high-risk move that could cause damaging uncertainty if critical positions are left unfilled, even temporarily.

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[VIDEO] Heidrick & Struggles' Steve Mullinjer Guest on World Economic Forum

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Heidrick Adds Former CEO to Global Healthcare and Life Sciences Team

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Heidrick & Struggles: Industry Outlook 2016 - Supply Chain Asia

‘Factory Asia’ is the catchy name given to the concentrated manufacturing and supply chain hub in the Asia Pacific region. For years, China had the undisputed monopoly of Asia’s manufacturing sector, literally putting its ‘Made in China’ stamp on a vast array of products. However, other players in Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, Thailand, India, Malaysia and Indonesia, are stepping up their game to become attractive alternative manufacturing centers.

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Heidrick & Struggles: Accelerating Performance. How to Mobilize, Execute, and Transform With Agility

The mix of opportunity, challenge, and abject failure has been driving a key question for Heidrick & Struggles research agenda: How can companies thrive in a fast-paced, digital world where profound long-term and short-term forces collide in unpredictable ways?

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Heidrick & Struggles: Building an Effective and Diverse Board: Lessons From Asia

As the Asia Pacific region continues to play a growing role in the global economy, regional corporations are increasingly expanding their footprint beyond Asia. To assist with their ambitions for expansion, Asian companies are starting to look for ways to build more diverse leadership teams, boards, and executive committees. Although diversity is crucial to creating more effective boards and improving corporate performance, it must be understood in a much broader sense than is seen in many current boardroom discussions.

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Heidrick & Struggles Report: Mapping Incoming Boardroom Talent

Fortune 500 companies filled nearly 400 vacant or newly created board seats with independent directors last year—the largest number of such appointments since the inception of the Board Monitor seven years ago. Research conducted by Heidrick & Struggles highlights the persistent underrepresentation of Hispanic directors appointed to boardrooms within the Fortune 500.

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Heidrick & Struggles Adds New Partner in London

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Heidrick & Struggles: Who Do China CEOs Report To?

To operate at their best, global cross-border companies require clear and effective regional-reporting lines for senior leaders. This is particularly true for multinational companies (MNCs) operating in China given the country’s size and complexity as a market, as well as its outsized importance as a source of revenues and future growth.

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Heidrick Adds to CEO & Board Leadership in Continental Europe

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