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Effecting Organisational Uniqueness Through HR Management

What Were the Client’s Needs?

In the face of growing complexity in the international and local business environment, an automobile sales and distribution company wanted to differentiate itself in the various markets it operated in. To achieve this, the organisation needed to make major changes to the way it managed its human capital.

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Growing and Developing Corporate Leaders

What Were the Client’s Needs?

A leading financial services provider had identified that its human capability development initiatives, geared towards developing sustainable management and leadership capacity, were not aligned with the overall strategic growth intent of the organisation. The implication of this was that, whilst significant funds were invested in training, there was no clear result or improvement in the quality of leadership across the organisation.

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