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Achieving corporate agility

Paul Wright, the Head of Odgers Interim's Technology Practice discusses what it means to be an agile company, why there is such a drive towards becoming 'agile' and how organisations can achieve it.

Presenter: Grant Speed,...

Becoming the Chief Executive of a local authority

Jes Ladva, the Head of Odgers Interim's Government Practice looks at the current landscape for chief executives in local authorities and explains how aspiring leaders can step up into the role.

Presenter: Grant Speed,...

Challenges facing the independent healthcare market

Dan Kiely, Consultant in Odgers Interim's Independent Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice, discusses the challenges facing independent hospital and care home groups in light of dwindling government funding for UK healthcare...

The evolving social housing landscape

Suresh Lal, Partner and Head of the Social Housing Practice discusses modular house building, regional trends, changing senior level talent demands and how the sector brands itself as the social housing landscape transforms.

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A conversation with the joint interim Chairman of the Institute of Interim Management

Tony Evans, the joint interim Chairman of the Institute of Interim Management (IIM) discusses the growth of the UK interim management market, explains how to become a successful interim and offers invaluable advice for companies...

The convergence of sports, media and gaming

Bambos Eracleous, Partner and Head of the Sports, Media and Gaming Practice discusses the evolution of the entertainment industry, including the rise of esports, the future of subscription services and what linear television is...

Adapting to the new age of retail

Jonathan Flynn, Head of Odgers Interim's Retail Practice, explains why the UK's high street has found itself in such a sorry state and what it needs to do to adapt to the new age of consumer shopping habits.

Presenter: Grant...

The perils of pursuing a Vice-Chancellor witch hunt

Sarah Shaw, Partner and Head of the Education Practice at Odgers Interim explains why the current vilification of university vice-chancellors is likely to have a negative impact on the UK's higher education sector.

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