If human capital is the enduring success factor in Professional Services, how can you build integrated leadership capability at every level and every opportunity?
Professional Services has played a major part in the Swedish economy during the last decades and will most certainly continue to do so due to the ever-rising demand on compliance and technical awareness. However, the industry is in many ways in a disruptive phase with increased competition and changing client demands where AI solutions are streamlining workflows and processes, potentially leading to lower fees and a lower demand for labor. This paradox demands a lot from the firms and leaders in the sphere to truly be ready for what’s next.
Amrop Sweden has supported firms within Strategy & Management Consulting, Audit & Tax, Legal, IT and Architecture since the very start and the Amrop global partnership conducts more than 200 cross-border assignments per year.
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The Re-invention Of Office Space
Corporate leadership has to think in much broader terms today – not just about business strategy and people, but also about how those people engage and interconnect. This includes the physical space they inhabit: the office. The way in which it is structured for operation, and meets the needs of a diverse group, are increasingly recognized as critical to business performance.
The Role Transition From Consulting to Corporate
As anyone who has heard the joke about the consultant and the shepherd knows, professional services firms and corporate organizations have something of a love-hate relationship. They can’t live with or without each other. Yet they have one imperative in common – superlative leadership. How could both sides benefit from mixing DNA?
The next generation of travel and tourism leaders — or any leader stepping into this industry, can expect to encounter a fascinating and fertile strategic field. Developing this rich terrain will take a very particular blend of qualities. More than
being acquired or trained, these need to be deeply anchored in their DNA.