How can you ensure the implementation of a new strategic direction that is reflected in employee and management behaviour?
We live in very disturbing times.
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The case for improving women’s access to C-level positions has never been stronger.
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From its base in The Hague, the International Criminal Court often has to communicate with communities in remote, hard-to-reach places far from mainstream communication networks and with little connectivity.
Like many multinationals operating in today’s fast paced world, Mondelēz International is familiar with change.
A company’s Brussels representation engages political institutions and keeps the company informed about the latest developments in the European Union, thereby influencing the corporate strategy.