This Week in Leadership
Sustainability and the Search for Talent
Savvy firms understand that young people want to work for organizations that cut down their carbon footprints, says best-selling author Daniel Goleman.
The year was filled with technology’s good (rapid advances in artificial intelligence) the bad (hacks that impacted hundreds of millions of people) and downright crazy (bitcoin’s value increasing by more than 1,000 percent). For leaders, the choice is clear: adapt to technology’s pace or be swamped. On this “Essentials” list, Korn Ferry highlights what leaders need to know about some of tech’s biggest disruptions.
Find out how smart organizations are already finding ways to blend human and robotic workforces together.
Bubble price or not, the digital currency is becoming a tool companies can’t ignore.
2017 was a year of some high-profile hacks and computer viruses. The leaders of Korn Ferry’s Cybersecurity practice explain how the wide-ranging mandate modern Chief Security Officers need to have.
The new Korn Ferry Digital Sustainability Index finds a surprising sector leader.
What will you buy next? Where is the next crime likely to happen? Tech’s ability to predict a person’s next step—or even next thought—is dramatically changing the strategies for firms and governments.
No, an app isn’t melting your brain; but using the phone itself can distract your focus considerably.