30 Nov Being prepared in global business
We have brought together another fantastic line-up of thought leaders in this issue of Reflect. From the gig economy to corporate culture, a common theme unites the authors’ varied topics – preparedness. Global business is continually changing, whether this is shifting workforces or the emergence of new markets. We hope that the authors’ knowledge and expertise in these areas will equip you for what may lie ahead.
In the winter 2016 issue:
Won’t you just behave?
Considering the irrationality of humanity with Dan Ariely, Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University, and Stuart Bailey, Director of Business Development at Equatex UK
When corporate and local cultures collide
As companies internationalise, what happens when their corporate culture isn’t in line with local culture? Erin Meyer, Professor at INSEAD and author of The Culture Map, explains
The gig economy has arrived
Why Foo Chek Wee, Regional HR Director of fashion giant ZALORA, believes that the trend towards temporary contracts or ‘gigs’ will have a profound impact on HR departments
Ready to roll
Barbara Seta, Senior Partner at hkp/// group in Zurich, and Patrick Stierli, Head of Global Account and Plan Management at Equatex, tell Reflect what companies need to know when rolling out a global share plan
One workplace, five generations
From Baby Boomers to Gen Z: Career Coach Alice Stapleton and Equatex’s HR Manager Stina Näslund on the challenges and opportunities of managing multi-generational workforces
Reflect will be moving from print to an exclusively digital version in 2017. The new format will be fully responsive, which means you will be able to read the magazine on your desktop, tablets and smartphones. The format may be changing but the magazine will continue to share insightful, inspiring and engaging business ideas with you.