Leading Through Uncertainty

Makes decisive decisions and implements business strategies despite uncertainty. Leads through change, acting without perfect information, adjusting as needed to changing conditions.

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2018 HR M&A Lab - San Francisco

June 06, 2018 |(San Francisco, CA)

Practical Ideas on How to Build Your HR M&A Capability and Preparedness

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22 Truths about Organization Design: Insights from the 2017 Organization Design Conference

December 2017

Nothing lasts for long in today’s volatile business climate—not even your latest organization design. Designs should enable agility and digital adaptability, embracing new ways of thinking while retaining core values.

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A Marriage of Algorithms and Human Capital - Part III

September 04, 2018

Part III will focus on strategic workforce planning and EY's "Monte Carlo" simulations. HRCI, SHRM, and CPE credit available

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Tariffs or no tariffs, the pickup in global trade won’t last

(Global Economy Center Blog, April 2018)

Slow trade growth will be the dominant feature of the world economy in the coming decade, not because of the latest tariff dispute between the US and China, but because of three longer-term trends, argue Ilaria Maselli and Ataman Ozyildirim.

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  • Tariffs or no tariffs, the pickup in global trade won’t last

    (Global Economy Center Blog, April 2018)

    Slow trade growth will be the dominant feature of the world economy in the coming decade, not because of the latest tariff dispute between the US and China, but because of three longer-term trends, argue Ilaria Maselli and Ataman Ozyildirim.
  • Long Expansions Do Not Alone Halt Fast Job Creation

    (Global Economy Center Blog, April 2018)

    At the outset of 2017, many economists were concerned by the possibility that tighter labor markets would act to slow employment growth. Perhaps labor shortages will trigger the next recession as firms will cut back production in reaction to rising costs. Right now though the LEI is still signaling good economic times ahead. A long period of frustration with talent shortages and rising labor costs would likely be required for labor alone to be the next black swan.
  • A State-Level View of 2017 Consumption Patterns

    (Global Economy Center Blog, March 2018)

    The Conference Board provides a state level view of 2017 consumption patterns, using their nowcasts of nominal PCE growth by state.

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