Improve your Organization’s Global Capability
A global reach is no longer a nice supplement to domestic business operations; it is a necessity for most organizations to be successful today. While growth rates in the traditional developed world are miniscule, they are four to five times greater in China, India and Brazil. Global revenues now contribute 50 percent of the total revenues in many organizations. IBM, as a case in point, now has more employees outside the United States then within. As Michael Malone stated in his 2009 book of the same name, “the future arrived yesterday.”
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GHCS Methodology Builds on HCS
In the six years since its launch, the Human Capital Strategist designation (HCS) has quickly become the most recognized way individuals and organizations can acquire and demonstrate a talent mindset: an understanding of all the unique aspects of talent management and how they fit together. Now, the GHCS builds on that curriculum to explore the issues and opportunities of global talent management.
In the past, only large multinational companies were considered to be global but in today’s hyper connected world even small newly-founded companies are “born global.” The GHCS examines seven specific talent practices and describes their global implementation challenges and success stories.
World Class Expertise
HCI has enlisted the aid of some of the world’s leading experts on Global Talent Management to roll out the groundbreaking new GHCS curriculum. These include both senior level practitioners and academics that have dedicated their careers to advancing global talent practices.
Board Advisors for GHCS
Allan Church, PhD
Kevin Wilde, PhD
Lisbeth Claus, PhD
Upcoming GHCS Classes
|New York, NY, Jun 3-4, 2013|
For more information, please contact Shane Lennon at 866.538.1909 x1904.