Practice Perspectives

Our practice professionals clearly understand their specific industries and how they are evolving. In Boyden’s Practice Perspectives, our experts take us through a particular area of specialty, what’s happening now and what they expect in the future. It's a candid snapshot of a particular industry and how it’s changing.

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Consumer & Retail Practice: Luxury Retail Trends in Emerging Markets

This paper focuses on luxury retail – a specialty area within Boyden’s global consumer & retail practice. We explore fast-growth markets in the Middle East and Asia and the senior executives who will be most successful in achieving strong growth projections. We explore changing demographics in the global consumer population, growth hot spots, and what clients need to know about acquiring high performers through retained executive search.

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Global Technology & Digital Practice: Evolution in the c-suite as organisations maximise growth opportunities

This article focuses on the success criteria for digital leadership, digital executives and what boards need from the individuals they appoint to transform their organisations. We explore how to make digital happen, the rise of the Chief Digital Officer and offer an executive search perspective on organisations and c-suites in transition.

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Human Resources

The latest in Boyden’s Practice Perspectives series explores one of the most pressing issues facing Chief Executive Officers today: talent management. Today’s CEOs need senior talent management executives who can serve as strategic partners, capable of recruiting, developing and retaining talent in a shifting global economy.

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The Shifting Sands of Board Dynamics

Practice Perspectives: Board Services Chris Clarke offers his views and observations on how recent events have changed board dynamics and member interaction.

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Life Science Perspectives: A new era dawns – Economics Takes Centre Stage

Global issues are among the primary concerns of CEOs who run life sciences companies. Life Science CEOs express concern over three core areas: managing change, recruiting and retaining the right people as well as the need for major business model innovation.

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