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Leadership and the art of managing talent

See the published version of this article here: http://www.ogilvydo.com/topics/features/leadership-and-the-art-of-managing-talent/

Most wars, history tells us, have been fought over scarce resources. Yet the “war for talent” we see raging across offices from Seattle to Shanghai, is being fought in the midst of abundance. The numb...

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Who do you think will win the global war for talent?

See the published version of this article here: http://www.hrmasia.com/content/who-do-you-think-will-win-global-war-talent

Early in 2012, the global workforce quietly traversed past the 3 billion mark. Given that we have just over 4 and a half billion people of working age across planet earth; what this means in aggregate terms...

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Information Technology and the Age Old Art of Management - The game has changed, and so must the rules

“Technology Ubiquitousness” is one of three mega-trends I chose to focus on when writing the opening chapters of Talent Economics. Along with the other two mega-trends (Tiger Economies and Talent Commoditization), the virtually unavoidable invasion of information technology in every aspect of work, is changing not just the rules of an age old...

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Capability Games : Your career is now the ultimate multiplayer game.

Best selling author of Talent Economics, Gyan Nagpal, shares his observations on disruptive career and hiring models.

This article was first published by the Global Recruiter magazine. You can read it here: https://magazine.theglobalrecruiter.com/2017/05/15/gr-177-asia-pacific-capa...

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