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The Cyber Security Leadership CrisisDigital & Technology, Interim Management, Succession Planning, Talent Intelligence
Cyber attacks are expected to exceed $10 trillion annually by 2025. As they become more frequent and sophisticated, the need for leadership cyber talent who can defend against them becomes business-critical.
Alex Langridge and Nick Davies join Savannah GroupNext Generation, Savannah Group
Savannah Group announces that Alex Langridge and Nick Davies have joined as Partners in the Digital & Technology Practice. This integrated team of four partners work with principals and researchers to deliver executive search, interim management, transformation consultants and talent intelligence services.
Next Generation Savannah Group LaunchesNext Generation, Savannah Group
We are delighted to launch Savannah Group’s evolved brand. We have updated our brand to reflect what we now offer to clients. The right leadership is fundamental for business success. Yet traditional methods of finding talent have not changed for decades.
In The CFO – Appointing a future-proof CFOFinancial Officers, Next Generation, Savannah Group
CFOs are crucial for business survival but appointing the right financial guardian has never been more challenging. Partner at Savannah Group, Richard Ashton explains what skills are vital for CFOs and where technology can aid with recruiting the perfect CFO.
In Management Today – In Demand Leadership SkillsBoard, CEO, Next Generation, Savannah Group
Want to be a next generation leader? Here are three things you need to know.
Leadership Lessons for a Tough Economy – The CFOFinancial Officers, Financial Services
In the grip of a global economic slowdown, the Chief Financial Officer holds one of, if not the most critical role in any organisation.
Diversity in interim hiringDiversity, Interim Management, Savannah Group
Interim leaders are critical appointments. They might revive a failing business or lead a project that enables an organisation to transition to a better future. Yet interims typically do not count towards diversity targets in pay gap numbers or other diversity reporting. Is diversity in this pool less important?
New Strategic Partnership With Tech She CanDigital & Technology, Diversity, Savannah Group
Savannah Group is proud to announce that they have formed a strategic partnership with Tech She Can, a charity focused on driving equal opportunities in technology.
What makes a great interim leader in turbulent timesInterim Management, Savannah Group
Amid the continuing shockwaves of pandemic, war, economic and political turmoil it is reassuring to know that there are business leaders who positively thrive in periods of crisis and chaos
Transformation in the Age of DisruptionTransformation Consultants
Companies are embarking on bold transformation journeys to see them through a challenging, uncertain business landscape and set them up for the future, but numerous hurdles face them. How do you prosper in a business environment in which volatility and disruption are the norm?
Board Leadership Trends: Q1 Appointments 2022Board
In this report, we look at the breakdown of non-executive and executive director appointments. The start of a new year typically brings feelings of hope, and as the clock ticked into 1 January, business execs will have been forgiven for leaning towards optimism in their outlook for 2022. Following a difficult couple of years, England was getting through a winter spike in Covid cases without returning to lockdown rules which crippled large parts of the economy in 2020 and 2021.
Challenging the Balance of Executive PowerDiversity
Diversity isn’t a numbers game – it’s a power game, and one that most companies are losing. Strong representation of women on boards has been achieved thanks to the rapid ascent of female NEDs. But for a company to be truly gender diverse, diverse groups must hold a healthy grip of the executive decision-making pendulum. Clearly that can only happen by gaining a more critical mass of such talent in the most powerful C-suite roles. So what’s holding companies back?