A fascinating event with tremendous insight from former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, our 2013 Leadership Lecture sparked a range of stimulating questions from the audience. In his blog "Don't Look Down," Harvey Nash USA President and CEO Bob Miano highlights his thoughts that emerged as a result of discussing "Leadership in a Changing World" with Carly in New York. Read his full blog.
Click here to watch the video, but be warned. You may never get the song out of your head!"
Harvey Nash USA recently hosted its second annual Leadership Lecture, an exclusive event featuring guest speaker Senator John Kerry, which drew nearly 150 top executives from some of the world's most well-known companies and more than 500 viewers via a live stream. The tough, timely question of the day: What Lies Ahead for American Business? According to Senator Kerry, what lies ahead for American business will be jobs generated, a stabilized economy, confidence bolstered, opportunity realized, deficit reduced, infrastructure modernized, education improved, and critical social services preserved... IF business leaders raise their voices.
It's easier to work with someone when you know and understand them--which is exactly why, according to Harvey Nash SVP of International Technology Solutions Anna Frazzetto, businesses need to make it a high priority to build camaraderie among their on- and offshore team members. Who knew gutter balls could be great for business?
Read Anna's thoughts on global team building now, or peruse her other blogs for insights on outsourcing and offshoring.
Should you still keep your resume to one page? And what are some major "don'ts" job seekers do during interviews? Check out the faces behind Harvey Nash for entertaining and truly valuable advice from our recruiters who, as you'll find out, have seen it all.
Anna Frazzetto, SVP of Technology Solutions for Harvey Nash, and her guest Doug Harr, the CIO of operational intelligence provider Splunk, recently examined what big data means for businesses and IT organizations today. Within a business’ voluminous and growing data stores (think customer, product, supply chain, transactional, operational, security, financial, workforce data and more) are keys to greater business performance.
Read Anna’s full blog, which recaps the webinar, provides a copy of the presentation and includes a transcript of the Q&A session.
Smart Enterprise Exchange, 12/9/2011...The degree to which IT is picking up the pace -- and the degree to which that change matters to the business -- is suggested by a CIO survey conducted this past June by Harvey Nash USA, an executive recruiter, in conjunction with PA Consulting Group. In the survey, more than a third of the respondents said driving revenue growth is now among their top priorities. Also, three-quarters of the responding CIOs said they believe that if IT fails to innovate, their companies will lose market share.
Driving business at high speeds is top-of-mind for Senior IT Manager Bassett at Honda MPE. The $300 million (Australian) company distributes motorcycles, marine power equipment and watercraft through a network of more than 800 nationwide dealerships utilized by over 4,000 dealer staff. Bassett’s IT staff of nine took the initiative on its own to find ways to deliver more effective business services, and they began by revamping their customers’ Internet capabilities. “We pushed for more and more online systems for empowering our customers [the dealers] to order products,” Bassett says.
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In its new article, Harvey Nash’s Inspire Network—a group 2,000 strong providing senior business women opportunities to share and exchange ideas and experiences—examines new survey findings that show a belief there is anti-female bias in appointments to company boards. While 81 percent of the women who responded felt bias had a significant impact on female representation on boards, 64 percent were against formal quotas.