In early 2010 Heidrick & Struggles, in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, undertook a study to encapsulate the current state of global talent and its future configuration around the planet.
The resulting research, incorporating the data analysis of sixty countries, shows subtle shifts and changes as it measures global talent in 2010 and anticipates future
realities in 2015. Using a unique and proprietary algorithm, the Heidrick & Struggles Global Talent Index (GTI) uses quantitative and qualitative data to measure the
economic indicators, cultural contexts, trends in education, foreign direct investment (FDI), mortality, health and market fluidity that will impact
the ability of talent to thrive within these countries.
If you would like to receive a copy of the Global Talent Index when it becomes available in mid-February, please email us your relevant contact information and shipping address.
In the interim, please visit our interactive Global Talent Index Infographic for a preview of the results.