April 21st 2016
No going back: New frontiers for global talent
In this presentation, Professor Martha Maznevski from IMD Business School explores the new complexity of the business environment and the opportunities it presents. The focus is placed on capabilities required from the workforce to perform well in the new environment and the reasons why millennials are already there.
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