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THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

The planning begins - for a currency war.

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PAY HIKES

CEOs need to wake up to a new world that minimum wage hikes are creating.

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A GREAT EQUALIZER

Efficacy programs can boost rising talent from groups underrepresented in the workplace, new Korn Ferry research finds. Companies see benefits.

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Chief Executive

The gap at the top

Women hold just a quarter of C-suite jobs in top US companies, Korn Ferry research finds. Female CEOs are rarest of all.

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Britain’s tech turn

UK companies filling board seats make...

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Perils of cyber jolts

As a summer heat wave taxes power sup...

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Seasonally adjusted

Time off has a financial tally. How m...

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Technology

Bridging a digital divide

Bridging a digital divide

To thrive in disruptive times, companies can’t just chase tech “unicorns,” Korn Ferry’s Kai Hammerich says.

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Talent Management

The All-Powerful Boss

The All-Powerful Boss

Bosses are under growing pressure. Guess who feels it most?

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Financial

The safe way on pay

The safe way on pay

With the US economy still uncertain, employees will see average salary increases of 3% in 2017, Korn Ferry finds. Top talent may get more.

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Talent Management

The Boom of the Inner City

The Boom of the Inner City

Cities around the globe are being reborn with an influx of innovative talent seeking exciting places to dwell.

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Leadership

Have No Fear, Honest Feedback Is Here

Have No Fear, Honest Feedback Is Here

Ten leaders are discussing Daniel, a division manager, during the company’s annual talent review. 

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Interview

The Competitive Edge

The Competitive Edge

A Harvard Prof of Some Fame Has a New Game Plan for the U.S.

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Technology

Gadgetry

Gadgetry

Given the express purpose of vacation is to unplug and unwind, many corporate types struggle to master the art of relaxing. 

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Leadership

History Lessons

History Lessons

Flying Far. But Was It Too Far?

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Consumer

Open Table

Open Table

For many top executives working in or visiting New York, the news is still a little shocking. 

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Corporate Officers

Refreshed

Refreshed

I spent this winter with a tech founder, an oil executive and an auto entrepreneur pedaling through the Valley of the Tears on Gran Canaria.

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Talent Management

Golden talent

Golden talent

The Olympics in Rio will offer companies key insights on getting winning performance from elites, Korn Ferry’s Louis Montgomery Jr. says.

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Technology

Britain’s tech turn

Britain’s tech turn

UK companies filling board seats make a big push for digitally savvy directors.

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Technology

Perils of cyber jolts

Perils of cyber jolts

As a summer heat wave taxes power supplies, concerns also rise on US grid’s vulnerabilities to malicious online attacks.

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Financial

Seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted

Time off has a financial tally. How many days of work to afford a week's vacation? Fourth in a series.

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Financial

The STEMS have it

The STEMS have it

New grads may earn up to 30% more if they studied in today's hottest fields.

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Financial

Seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted

Summer romance can add up. How many days of work to afford a dream wedding? Third in a series.

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Boards/Governance

Interview

Interview

Bill George discusses why a healthy leadership pipeline is essential to choosing the right CEO. 

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Boards/Governance

A Better Mousetrap

A Better Mousetrap

Improved CEO assessments may significantly boost corporate value and CEO tenure.

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Diversity & Inclusion

The Gender Pay Gap

The Gender Pay Gap

What makes the gender pay issue a board-level concern? In a word, profitability.

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Chief Executive

Study Shows CEO Pay Decline as It Tracks Performance

Study Shows CEO Pay Decline as It Tracks Performance

Korn Ferry Hay Group’s CEO Pay Study continues to examine the key elements of compensation for CEOs at the 300 largest US public companies.

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Financial

Seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted

A great summer pool can make finances dip. How many days of work to afford it? Second in a series.

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Leadership

The big why question

The big why question

Four leadership remedies for convention fever.

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Chief Executive

Predicting CEO performance

Predicting CEO performance

Leaders who score high in rigorous assessment outperform low-scorers on their companies’ revenue, market cap, earnings per share, Korn Ferry research finds.

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Financial

Seasonally adjusted

Seasonally adjusted

Thinking, dreaming about summer delights and your pay? How many days must you work to afford a sporty convertible? First in a series. 

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Boards/Governance

Interview

Interview

An interview with Bill George on "Why Board Chemistry Matters".

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Boards/Governance

Why Boards Make Bad Decisions

Why Boards Make Bad Decisions

It was a multibillion-dollar multinational manufacturer, and I had been on the board for less than a year. 

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Boards/Governance

Three Steps for Unlocking the Value of Women on Boards

Three Steps for Unlocking the Value of Women on Boards

Boards have shifted from talking supportively about the representation of women, to actively recruiting them and determining how best to reap the benefits this diversity can provide.

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Boards/Governance

The Rise of Director Pay Litigation

The Rise of Director Pay Litigation

In recent years, lawsuits over claims of excessive director compensation have posed a new concern for board members.

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Boards/Governance

Boardroom-quandary

Boardroom-quandary

Directors eager to add needed skills but reluctant to change current board, Korn Ferry survey finds. 

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