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The CEO-CHRO Partnership

A new survey highlights where CEOs and CHROs are on the same page—and where they’re not. A closer look at the findings suggests that while the differences between CEO and CHRO views are fewer than areas of agreement, there might be room for improvement around collaboration on talent strategy.

Rethinking Sales Compensation

Sales compensation practices changed overnight with the pandemic, but the systems used to support the objectives stayed the same, according to a 2021 survey of more than 200 private company CEOs. This paper provides new considerations for assessing the strength and alignment of sales compensation plans.

Unleashing Your Human Capital Potential

There’s nothing quite like a crisis for stress-testing carefully laid plans—and 2020 certainly tested financial institutions’ talent strategies. This paper provides an in-depth look at the human capital challenges facing banks today and the best ways to build and sustain a robust pipeline.

Deal-Making In The Digital Era

In a Chief Executive/Tata Consultancy Services survey, some 500 CEOs and business leaders share their plans for M&A, and the challenges and successes with deal-making in the current environment.

Succeeding In 2021 And Beyond

The world has changed, and organizations attempting to return to “business as usual” once the crisis has subsided will get left behind. Winning companies will instead take the lessons learned through the pandemic and other disruptions from 2020 and use them to rethink their entire business model. There are unprecedented growth opportunities on the other side of the pandemic, but is your company ready? Hear from more than 250 U.S. business leaders on their revenue growth strategy for the year ahead.

Compensation Strategies In The Era Of Covid-19

An in-depth look at how CEOs are managing 2020 payouts and setting go-forward pay strategies in the pandemic.

M&A In A Post-Pandemic Society

The year 2021 is likely to be a big one for deal-making as consolidation picks up. But as with everything else following the global pandemic, all forms of deal-making are more likely to return to a “new normal” than to the past. CEOs share their strategies for acquisition and partnership.

Keeping The Talent Pipeline Robust

CEOs of companies that are in any stage of digital transformation know that the only way to stay competitive is to bring in the right people, who have both the skills and the right cultural fit. But top executives say doing it right requires a sophisticated multi-pronged approach.

Build The Pipeline

Companies serious about building future bench strength are starting their recruiting much earlier—in elementary and high school. This whitepaper examines strategies used by Orlando-area companies to engage the future workforce now.

Transformation 2021: What’s Blocking Change and How to Overcome the Obstacles

We are in the midst of one of the most disruptive periods in a half century. It is now a make-or-break time for leaders, who will succeed or fail based on their ability to promptly pivot and take action for the journey forward. In a survey of more than 300 CEOs and C-Suite executives, more than half said Covid has increased the pressure for transformation. But how can companies implement the right strategies in such as volatile and challenging environment?
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