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Are you prepared to manage the workforce, HR and leadership capabilities needed to enable global growth? As companies stake their growth strategies on global expansion and the pursuit of new markets, their ability to forge a human capital strategy and HR capability that is both globally consistent and locally relevant will be critical to success. In this podcast, David Gartside, the managing director responsible for HR and talent management offerings at Accenture’s Talent & Organization Performance group, and Rustin Richburg, a senior director in Talent & Organization Performance, discuss their recent article in Accenture’s Outlook journal that explores the changing dynamics of globalization and how companies can more effectively create the talent infrastructure needed to enable global growth.
To support global expansion strategies, leading multinationals are developing the capabilities to be both “super global” and “super local.” The ability to create HR capabilities that leverage global consistencies while remaining relevant to the needs of local markets is a balancing act that’s critical to successfully executing a global business strategy. Companies also need to create more agile HR operating models, diverse leadership structures and common technologies and systems.
Download Video Podcast [MP4, 27.2MB] [Running time 10:08]
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June 30, 2011
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