More than ever, recruiting and retaining employees is critical to business success. Management today has come to recognize the HR function as a key strategic component and contributor to the bottom line. You can further explore all of PwC's publications covering current business issues and industry trends.
Technology company CEOs are changing their approach to talent management and retention because they foresee the available qualified talent pool shrinking. Each company must approach talent management that supports its corporate culture and aligns with business objectives.
Talent continues to top the list of executive concerns. Company leaders are focusing on how talent can help them achieve the following four strategic priorities: power growth, realize ROI, manage risk, and enable transformation.
PwC's report, building on a survey of more than 370 business leaders and interviews from across the region, confirms the necessity of regional cooperation for our companies' futures.
In this edition of 10Minutes we talk to leading edge companies about what is driving new mobility patterns and their current talent mobility practices, both from a short and long-term strategy perspective.
According to PwC’s annual survey of global CEOs, an inability to find enough skilled talent is the number one concern of business executives around the world.
As Asia Pacific economies continue their rapid growth and become more deeply integrated, multinational companies are changing how they're expanding in the region for the long-haul--from setting up regional hubs and distribution networks, to developing local talent, to building brand loyalty amongst the region's rapidly growing number of middle class consumers.
Employees with access to flexible work arrangements (FWAs) tend to be more satisfied, committed and engaged with their jobs, which leads to increased innovation, quality, productivity, and growth.
In this short report, PwC discusses new governance regulations, new risks, and issues of executive compensation and succession planning.
Companies seeking growth in China are exploring alternatives to outright M&A strategies, acquisitions, traditional joint ventures, wholly foreign owned entities (WFOEs), and dollar-denominated private equity funds to succeed. Here we discuss their approach.
The changing global economy, emerging markets and a renewed focus on growth — how are companies capitalising on opportunities to increase revenue, create innovative products and services, and fill skills gaps in unfamiliar parts of the world?
The smartphones, tablets, and other handheld devices your employees already own are productivity drivers. Here's how you can seize the opportunity.
PwC outlines some best practices for a sound enterprise mobility strategy.
Higher employee engagement means improved retention, customer loyalty, revenue, sales and profit. But should you strive to raise engagement among all employees? The answer may surprise you.
What makes a city great? Surely factors like livability, abundant resources and thriving business come to mind. But other factors show that intellectual capital is also at the core of a city’s appeal; a strong intellectual base not only attracts investment but can also foster innovation, while a brain drain deflates a city’s potential for vibrancy. Here we take a closer look at the factors revealed in the Cities of Opportunity study and what the keys to a well-balanced city are.
Cloud computing can unlock latent value in an organization's key internal capabilities and processes by enabling the extensible enterprise. CEOs who think of cloud computing as strictly a better solution to internal IT will miss a potentially huge opportunity. Is your company on track to embrace the potential opportunities cloud computing offers?