Innovation & Agility - part 3/9: Management system - global vs local
July 24, 2018
IRC Global Executive Search Partners Global Conference in Shanghai saw an expert panel discussing issues pertaining to “Innovation & Agility: The New World”.
In this 3rd part of IRC’s 9-part video series on “Innovation & Agility” in partnership with Atlanta’s Georgia State University, expert panellists weigh in on global and local approaches to finding agile and innovative talent.
We are at the precipice of a new decade of change for women. As 2020 creates new promises across different socio-economic fronts, this decade will embrace and welcome women’s role in government, politics, business and corporate leadership in a way that normalises their presence and influence in otherwise homogeneous male environments.
Many women are successful in their professions and as leaders across levels and industries. Yet, as they grow, hone their skills, and pursue their goals, they face a range of challenges or roadblocks to leadership success. How can women advance their careers, and how can organisations be sure they’re making the most of all their talent?
Notwithstanding substantial gains made in the West over the past several decades to level the playing field and bring about greater equality between men and women, pay gaps persist, and in many countries, corporate leadership remains heavily dominated by men.