Big changes are happening in the financial services industry, from new products and services to more agile talent management models. This year, as financial services and insurance executives seek to stay ahead of the curve, they're looking to independents for flexible, cost-effective assistance in project management and strategic planning.
Consumer goods companies are always looking for ways to stay flexible as they strive to stay competitive. I...
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How are leading companies using high-end independent talent to address their biggest challenges and opportunities this year?
Ready to get right to work within days, experienced interim leaders and project managers provide just-in-time and right-sized resourcing where and when needed.
Consumer goods companies need fast access to cutting-edge skills and strategic leadership to navigate a new era of change and uncertainty.
Tasked with a mandate to become agile and resilient, financial services executives are embracing new fast and flexible talent models.
Healthcare organizations, facing continuing uncertainty, are seeking independent talent to execute and lead new partnerships, develop and implement new technologies, and build resilient workforces.
Facing a shortage of skilled talent, industrial companies have found help in the independent talent market.
As insurance executives enter 2021, the focus is twofold: accelerating recovery strategies while simultaneously searching for growth opportunities in areas buoyed by digital, data, and automation.
Life science executives are turning to independent talent for real-world experience and strategic rigor in areas like market access, clinical operations, commercial strategy, and digital health.
Media and entertainment leaders are tapping independent talent to understand consumer preferences, identify new products and services, and drive strategic planning across the organization.
Tackling society’s biggest challenges requires the brightest minds and the ability to quickly put them to work against an ever-evolving set of initiatives.
Private equity firms need interim leaders and highly skilled talent who can help execute strategies across the investment cycle.
After pivoting virtually overnight in 2020, retailers are tapping independent talent to scale up eCommerce, adjust supply chains, meet consumer preferences, and more.
B2B and B2C services firms are seeking independent consultants, project managers, executives, and experts for help adjusting to a complicated and uncertain business environment.
Independent talent remains the technology industry’s secret weapon, helping clients evaluate strategies and push forward digital, process, and business model transformations.
Following the turbulence of last year, corporate development leaders are now charting a path to renewed growth in 2021 with help from high-end independent talent.
CEOs and presidents—who led their companies and business units through last year’s uncertainty—are now turning their eyes back toward growth with help from independent talent.
Amid a wave of acceleration in digital transformation initiatives, independents deliver digital and tech leaders the cutting-edge skills they need for these critical projects and more.
In 2021, finance leaders will resume the execution of long-term strategies for growth and profitability with the help of high-end independents.
As GMs and P&L leaders pivot their businesses out of the uncertainty of 2020 and into long-term growth, independent talent present a broad array of expertise to supplement their existing capabilities.
As companies seek to reopen offices and plot resourcing for the new normal, HR leaders can benefit from independent expertise and leadership in a wide range of areas.