July 2018, Issue 70

Are university vice-chancellors paid too much? What will a cashless society mean for the not-for-profit sector? And how has the coming of age of the world’s 2 billion millennials impacted the interim search industry? Questions that are answered by our industry experts in this month’s Perspective
Talent acquisition in the age of immediacy

Talent acquisition in the age of immediacy

Paul Smith, Partner at Odgers Interim, discusses the evolving influence of a new generation of consumers and the growing impact they’re having on executive level recruitment

Our industrial practice expands: meet Ross Gordon

Our industrial practice expands: meet Ross Gordon

As our industrial practice goes from strength to strength, we add another consultant to the team.

Meeting the challenges of moving to a cashless society

Meeting the challenges of moving to a cashless society

Tim Muzio, Consultant for Odgers Interim’s Financial Services Practice, discusses the impact of a cashless economy and how society is adapting to the growing digital payments landscape

The perils of pursuing a vice-chancellor witch-hunt

The perils of pursuing a vice-chancellor witch-hunt

Sarah Shaw, Partner and Head of Odgers Interim’s Education Practice, offers her perspective on the vice-chancellor’s pay debate and explains the risks in putting those in the role under such intense scrutiny

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