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Heidrick & Struggles to Acquire Leadership Consulting Boutique Philosophy IB

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Heidrick & Struggles: Successful Women Strategists Do These Four Things

Organizations are facing a new business landscape defined by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA). Despite these conditions, most leaders and organizations still focus on the short term and make plans as if the world were predictable, developing point forecasts, budgets, and initiatives that will succeed only in stable situations. Yet, what this environment requires is truly strategic leaders—both women and men—who can adapt to changing conditions and navigate this uncharted terrain to succeed in the long term.

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Heidrick & Struggles Board Member Named Savoy Magazine's 2016 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors

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Heidrick & Struggles Acquires Distinguished London-based JCA Group

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Heidrick & Struggles: The Evolved CMO in 2016

Few functional roles are more vital—or more fast-changing—than that of the chief marketing officer (CMO). A survey of 275 CMOs conducted in partnership with Forrester explores the changing nature of the role and the skills that will be required to master it.

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Heidrick & Struggles Reports Second Quarter 2016 Financial Results

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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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