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As the world rebounds from the financial crisis, the consumer and retail industry has been a point of focus. Consumer spending is on the rise in many countries, and the middle class has expanded in emerging markets. As more retailers use technology, omni-channel retailing has taken hold. Through it all, the luxury segment has thrived.Read More >>
Dr Roger Barker, Director of Corporate Governance and Professional Standards at the Institute of Directors in the UK, discusses corporate culture, the education of non-executive directors, increasing the number of women on boards, and best approaches to talent acquisition.Read More >>
Ranjit Shahani, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Novartis India discusses India’s future as a global pharmaceutical innovation centre, balancing profit and social responsibility, building an innovation culture, society’s stake in patents and curbing the fake drugs industry, lessons from Jack Welch on investing in people, and effective walls between business and personal life.Read More >>
This paper focuses on luxury retail – a specialty area within Boyden’s global consumer & retail practice. We explore fast-growth markets in the Middle East and Asia and the senior executives who will be most successful in achieving strong growth projections. We explore changing demographics in the global consumer population, growth hot spots, and what clients need to know about acquiring high performers through retained executive search.Read More >>
As Group Executive for Asia-Pacific at Visa, Chris Clark provides operational leadership for Visa’s businesses across the region. In this interview Clark discusses effectively leading in the multicultural Asia-Pacific region, digital commerce trends, his “Australian” style of managing people, and the importance of personal engagement in leadership.Read More >>