Management reluctance to move on from survival mode strategies is stalling global growth, according to global consultancy CEB. Its research suggests that just six percent of the world’s business enterprises are “equipped to shift from survival to growth mode”.
The findings reportedly suggest that “weak talent infrastructures” are threatening corporate growth and impeding strategic HR support. According to CEB the research shows that for some companies, yesterday’s talent practices are jeopardising tomorrow’s growth opportunities.
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