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  • Big Data and Listening Capabilities: Can They Deliver Strategic Intelligence?
    Is there real value in investing more for next-generation capabilities?
  • Is #Talentbrand a Good Idea?
    The corporate brand has been faithfully fed and watered for years, but now another image-maker—the talent brand—is clamoring for attention. Is social media the right place to nurture it? Or is that a venue better left untapped?
  • Public Cloud Adoption: Are Integration Concerns Valid?
    Potential cost savings and increased agility are leading to an increase in the rate of public cloud adoption. Yet, some CIOs are resisting this trend, citing concerns over integration and security. Should these concerns be a barrier to adoption?
  • Is It Time to Stop Feeding the Performance Management Dinosaur?
    Traditional performance management is one of those organizational routines that many people love to hate. Has the time come to lay it to rest? Or does it still merit an ongoing commitment?
  • Enterprise Cost Management: Save or Grow?
    Should cost savings be used to drive growth or taken to the bottom line?
  • The Balancing Act: Applying Analytics to Gain a Scale Advantage
    Does analytics offer an advantage based on company size and the ability to scale, or is it just a new juggling act?
  • Emerging Market Talent Management: Trust Tried and Tested or Explore New Approaches?
    Can established global enterprises continue the talent management practices that have contributed to their success through the years, or is it time to consider new approaches?
  • BRICs or Beyond: Catch the Next Wave or Tread Water?
    Several new emerging markets like Indonesia and Malaysia offer enticing alternatives to the more mature BRICs nations. How much pressure should U.S. multinationals feel about making preemptive moves in there?
  • How Many Eggs Belong in the Leadership Basket?
    Should companies invest in developing a few designated successors or broaden their effort in order to build leadership bench strength?
  • Designing the Future Today
    Customers are constantly rewiring their shopping behavior in response to new technologies, challenging economic realities, and shifting cultural norms. What can companies do today to satisfy the yet-to-be-determined needs of tomorrow’s consumers?
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