Prepare in the now, for tomorrow

How companies can stay relevant and thrive over the next 10 years


What can organisations do to ensure they survive and thrive over the next decade? Guest speakers Sharon Doherty of Vodafone and Hein Knaapen of ING discuss this issue as part of our 2018 HR Strategy Forum. They are joined by Adam Kingl, former Director of Learning Solutions, and Michael Davies, Visiting Lecturer of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at LBS.

During the panel discussion, Knappen also explained how established businesses can best compete in an increasingly digital age. Find out more.

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James W. Meng 4 years, 6 months and 6 days ago

Fascinating to see how a quasi-religious theme, the notion of 'purpose', first brought to the fore by American ultraconservative evangelical pastor Rick Warren during the early years of the George W. Bush administration, has now been legitimized to such a considerable degree by top-tier business schools and major corporations. It is fascinating, yet extremely worrying, to see that in the post-Cold War era, multinationals that now occasionally or even frequently struggle with delivering on their core business capabilities and/or quality thereof nevertheless feel that their HR proposition should focus on the top of Maslow's pyramid. An interesting conversation indeed.