In a recent article Diversified Search discussed the impact of technology on the executive search process. Platforms such as Skype, FaceTime, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter have drastically changed the process of interviewing and assessing candidates.
Russell Reynolds conducted a Digital Pulse survey that encompassed 3,000 respondents from various industries to capture how people are adapting to the digital transformation. The following are some of the report’s findings released in Oil & Gas Monitor Magazine. Within the energy industry, 65% of the respondents believe that the industry will be further disrupted by technology in the next 12 months.
In a recent article Heidrick & Struggles find that in order for companies to gain a market edge, they need to embark on customer-centric strategies. Digitization and fast-changing technology has drastically altered the business landscape, along the way ushering in a new era of consumer. Many companies fail to assimilate a customer perspective into all aspects of the business.
Ted Pryor, managing director of Greenwich Harbor Partners, recently wrote an article for President & CEO Magazine, discussing a new business model that is inspiring creativity, developing new products and services and delighting customers.