Leaders For What's Next

Amrop advises the world’s most dynamic, agile organizations on identifying and positioning Leaders For What’s Next - adept at working across borders, in markets around the world. Operating through more than 80 offices, Amrop is one of the world’s largest retained executive search partnerships.

Joining Forces: What happens when the CEO and CHRO work hand-in-hand?

For a CEO, it is ever more critical to understand and build on the different perspectives that impact success: customers, competitors, partners, employees. As the pace of change quickens, one needs to act on this 'diversity of thought', moving swiftly and daring to make mistakes. Yet being this curious, open and action-oriented, and risking mistakes (within reason) is counter to the wiring of many organizations. If the cultural change is challenging, one key is the CEO/CHRO partnership.

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Digitization on Boards: Amrop's 2016 Report

As the tide of disruption and digitization sweeps into every sector, the flow of digital know-how into Executive Management Teams - CDOs, CIOs and CTOs - has stepped up. This report maps the digital competencies of the Boards of the 110 largest stock-listed companies in 11 countries in Europe and the US, and the backgrounds of 1280 Non-Executive Directors.

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Building the Future

How an international MidCap construction business redefined its vision and bridged the gap between aspiration and action. Amrop interviews Heimo Scheuch, CEO of Wienerberger, a 194-year old, international building materials group.

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Mining: Quest for Talent

As the global economy emerged from the 2009 landslide, business re-engineering, mothballing mining plant and equipment, restricting mining to high-grade areas, restructuring and retrenchments were the order of the day to reduce costs and adapt to the lower-price environment. Still, the mining industry contributed substantially to the GDP in the countries where it represents a vital industry.

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