High Potential Development

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High-potential talent can help secure your long-term talent planning and ensure a strong leadership pipeline. These people are the future leaders of your company, and by using targeted development and succession planning techniques, you can tap into their aspirations to lead big changes and transform markets. Learn about the many ways you can mold these high-potential leaders, capitalizing on their high performance to achieve crucial business goals.

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Internet services: Who's smiling now?

April 2, 2007 | François Lainée, Gregory Maged, and Paul J. Roche

The shifting mix and management of worldwide Internet traffic will make services such as Internet hosting and content distribution increasingly important and put traditional information technology players such as AT&T, IBM, and EDS back in the ...

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Keeping the family in business

March 19, 2007 | McKinsey & Company

ew family-owned businesses survive-and even fewer create shareholder value-beyond the third generation. Yet some defy the odds and continue to thrive under family control decade after decade.

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Deals that create value

March 16, 2007 | Hans Bieshaar, Jeremy Knight, and Alexander van Wassenaer

Managers could eschew corporate deals altogether. But the right course is to pursue them only when they make sense-in other words, to make sure that all of your deals are above average. No doubt the market is skeptical about M&A, but it is a ...

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Improving strategic planning: A McKinsey Survey

March 14, 2007 | McKinsey & Company

Executives say their companies could be a lot more effective at developing a strategy and implementing strategic plans, and they suggest some areas for improvement. The executives also raise significant concerns about the way their company ...

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Human Capital Management

December 26, 2006 | Naomi Stanford

HCM is the management of an intangible and volatile organizational asset. This asset being the collective sum of the attributes, life experience, knowledge, inventiveness, energy, and enthusiasm that the organization's people choose to invest ...

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Human Capital management practices outside the UK

December 12, 2006 | Price Waterhouse Coopers

Data for this study was gathered from two sources: firstly a series of structured interviews was conducted, interviewing a PricewaterhouseCoopers expert from each of the countries (except in the case of Sweden where an external source was ...

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