Founder/CEO at IRC USA - Exceptional People, International & IRC Global Technology Practice Leader
“I have been totally impressed with the search process and the caliber of candidates brought to us by Exceptional People. They located stellar talent within our timeframe, and minimized my effort. Top members of management include our CTO, CIO and an exceptional V.P. Sales for our Asia Division who is making a substantial contribution to our organization Aside from being great to work with, they understood the experience and qualities we seek and consistently deliver to high standards.”
Disruption. Uncertainty. Rapid technological advancement. Obsolescence. We all know that the world of work and business is changing and transforming rapidly, even exponentially. I’ve seen some form of a Moore’s Law graph at every conference I’ve attended in the last year, and it’s not hard to see that the world is on the cusp of another massive shift.
The Deloitte Global Millennial Survey released last year analyses millennial behaviour in ways better than those previously explored. As a ‘generation disrupted’, the survey points out how they are breaking away from traditional ‘success markers’ like raising a family or buying a house to traveling the world and serving their communities. And like everything else, their attitude to jobs and organisations is also no different.
Multinational companies who want to succeed need to hire staff effectively in foreign countries. You can’t force someone to join your company. And even if you can, you can’t force someone to be fully engaged and enjoy the work.