“Leader-proof” your transformation efforts: Build or buy transformational leaders?

Posted by
Noah Rabinowitz
on August 23, 2017.

A critical decision when looking to transform your business is “who should lead the transformation?” Who are the leaders in my organization that are going to create exponential value? Who are the game changers? In a perfect world, this is an easy question to answer because you have a well-developed bench of ready, willing, and capable talent. In reality, however, this is actually much harder because organizations around the world face a shortage—not a surplus— of these unique transformational leaders. As a result, organizations often face a critical question—to build or to buy transformative talent?

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How telecom icon AT&T’s talent reskilling enables future relevance

How telecom icon AT&T’s talent reskilling enables future relevance
Posted on September 27, 2016.

The talent crisis and some of the ways organizations are dealing with it has been a topic of conversation on HR Times since we started. We’ve discussed it from a manufacturing perspective (and in particular, the chemical industry), an HR perspective, a finance industry perspective, and a broad national perspective. Now in a new Harvard Business Review article, John Donovan, AT&T’s chief strategy officer and group president, and our own Deloitte Consulting LLP principal, Cathy Benko, take a company-specific perspective, explaining how one of the largest and most iconic companies in the world (No. 10 on the Fortune 500) is addressing the talent challenge.

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