The Diversity & Agility Imperative

 

With 95% of businesses agreeing that workforce agility is key to economic growth (CBI Employment Trends Survey 2014), how can UK PLC become more agile to compete in the global marketplace?

95% of businesses agree that workforce agility is key to economic growthOur white paper examines the feasibility of UK corporate agility and the intrinsic link with diverse leadership and workforces. With viewpoints from Trevor Phillips OBE, President of the Partnership Council for the John Lewis Partnership and Jeff Turner, Head of Learning & Development EMEA at Facebook, the paper considers how businesses should equip themselves through implementation of diversity data and metrics, cultural competency measures and increased investment in the recruitment process.

The white paper provides insight into how your business can better adapt to the needs of an international client and consumer base and a corporate landscape that demands agile decision-making.

Diversity and Agility Imperative Debate

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