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Boyden publications are written by Boyden professionals, researchers, and other staff members working in our offices around the world. Each publication provides insight into a particular market or issue that is challenging our clients, candidates, the business world or the search industry today.
This new series from Boyden examines how M2M technologies are changing companies across a range of sectors, with a focus on the challenges and opportunities they present for hiring executive talent. In this first edition, Ian Collyer, a member of Boyden’s global Industrial and Technology Practice Groups, explores the Industrial Internet of Things.Read More >>
It is estimated that US companies lose over $5 trillion in intellectual property and trade secrets each year. In this white paper, Erik Matson, a Partner in the Global Financial Services Practice at Boyden New York, examines the rise of cyberattacks and the insurance industry’s potential role in combatting them.Read More >>
Among the forces reshaping the financial services industry post-crisis, sweeping regulatory changes and the rise of FinTech emerge as major factors in executive hiring decisions. These and other trends in the reinvigorated war for talent in the financial services sector are examined in this edition of Boyden’s Executive Monitor.Read More >>
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 >>
The energy, mining, industrials and manufacturing sectors currently stand at a crossroads. Impacted greatly by resource supply and demand and aging workforces, companies must transform their practices, innovating to succeed. Going forward, there is a critical need for agile leadership that possesses both overall operational expertise and sector-specific skills. Companies have already started to bring in new management as they face the challenges of a changing industry, a trend expected to continue in the near to long term.Read More >>