Tag Archives: global-summer-2015

India: The World’s HR Capital?

Not yet, but it wants to be—and here’s why they might get there

By Michael Switow

Standing at podiums in front of business audiences throughout the late ‘90s and early 2000s, then CEO and Chairwoman of Ogilvy & Mather Shelly Lazarus used to tell executives about the clearest brief she had ever received from a client, Indian Finance Minister P. Chidambaram. “When people think of India, I want them to think software, not elephants,” Chidambaram told her.

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China Going Strong

Still intense battles for talent

By Michael Switow

The headlines are bearish—‘China’s Stock Market
Bubble Bursts’, ‘Chinese Currency Experiences Biggest Depreciation in Decades’—but human resources professionals and a number of economists are still bullish on the world’s second largest economy.

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The Best Global HR Pros and Best HR Ideas

A quick look inside the HRO Today Forum Europe 2015

By the Editors

Look to network with your peers, hear from industry experts, get the latest on HR technology and analytics, and offer your own take on critical HR issues facing global companies? If so, consider our HRO Today Forum Europe 2015. It’s scheduled for 10-12 November 2015 at Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Inspiring Winners

Five awarded for excellence in HR services and technology

By The Editors

The HRO Today Services and Technology Association Awards recognized five leaders in human resources at their annual Awards Gala that took place at the 2015 HRO Today Forum APAC at the Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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Evolving Mindsets Toward Career Development

New thinking helps workers adapt to change

By Wendy Tan

With the speed of change sweeping through business environments, organisations increasingly need to adopt a more flexible mindset that empowers employees for career self-management. If accelerating skill development, and building the talent pipeline, is important, then this new mindset is critical.

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