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A survey by Heidrick & Struggles reveals top drivers of disruption in the industry: anticipated threats are top of mind for healthcare and life sciences senior executives.
Leaders of accelerating organizations think and act differently. These eight mind-sets distinguish the best from the rest.
Heidrick & Struggles celebrates 19 companies that met the stringent qualifications to be named superaccelerators in 2018. This year’s list is marked by both high turnover and increasing global reach.
Download our on-demand webinar to hear a live case study on how Merck, a leading healthcare and life science company, strengthened their leadership pipeline and developed an agile team of high-performing executives.
Future-proofing business success involves maximizing the benefits of creative destruction and addressing five key challenges.
The first step on the path to organizational change may be as simple as asking, “Why do we do it that way?”
Insurance companies are underestimating the scope and pace of digital disruption in their industry. Finding the right digital talent and capabilities will be key to meeting customer expectations and capturing the full value of digital.
The rising generation of life sciences executives in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden will take the helm at a time of great opportunity and even greater challenges for the industry. Will they be up to the job?
Companies need more leaders who cultivate foresight, courage, resilience, and openness to diverse views.
Smart leaders shape their company’s culture — instead of allowing the culture to shape the company.
Incremental improvement is not enough to stay ahead of disruptive competitors. Winning requires continual transformation.
Change and agility have moved from nice-to-haves to critical capabilities for organizational survival. A 'Target Operating Model' can help companies create a clear roadmap for success.
Organizations can make a positive difference to ineffective performance management systems if they use these guiding principles as part of their redesign.
Employee engagement matters, but is too high a focus on whether employees are happy distracting leaders from such other important growth drivers as organizational performance and health?
Creating high-performance teams takes coaching that is a well-blended synthesis of team facilitation, organizational consulting, organizational development, individual work, and team development.
Companies must ensure their board governance is effective and high performing. But how do you know if you have a problem, and what can you do about it?
Companies that chase digital opportunities without first understanding whether their people have the requisite mind-sets to seize them will likely fail.
Organizations that are able to seek out and grapple with multiple points of view — and then act on what they learn — create lasting value. An excerpt from The Success Formula by Andrew Kakabadse.