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Talent Economics: The Fine Line Between Winning and Losing the Global War for Talent

Gyan Nagpal

Top 10 Best Quotes

“Breakthrough innovation occurs when we bring down boundaries and encourage disciplines to learn from each other”

“The only way to control chaos and complexity is to give up some of that control”

“Annual planning cycles doom you to short term fixes for long term problems”

“best practices are useful reference points, but they must come with a warning label : The more you rely on external intelligence, the less you will value an internal idea. And this is the age of the idea”

“While mistakes may be local, in today’s connected world embarrassment is global”

“The employment equation used to be built on a foundation of two-way loyalty. The world has changed. Today, successful employment relationships can only be sustained on a foundation of two-way honesty”

“Innovative solutions to new challenges seldom come from familiar places”

“Careers increasingly come with a reboot button, and companies that realize this early possess a competitive talent advantage”

“A ‘truly global’ firm in 2020 should have the ability to be domestically relevant to consumers in both developed and developing markets – at the same time”

“A leader without purpose, is a leader by accident”

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