Various Interesting Reports

The following articles contain useful business Reports.

The path to 2020: Marketers seize the customer experience
The path to 2020: Marketers seize the customer experience is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by Marketo. Read Article
Deloitte Global Powers of Retailing 2016
This report identifies the 250 largest retailers around the world based on publicly available data for fiscal 2014 (encompassing companies’ fiscal years ended through June 2015) and analyzes their performance based on geographic region, primary product sector, e-commerce activity and other factors. Read Article
Introduction to Strategy work Kempten - book
Strategic analysis, choice and implementation. A self-completion work-book Using the management Models in your company. Read Article
Introduction to stategy MJP slides RBS
STRATEGY: Understanding Business and Shaping the Future. At the end of this workshop delegates should:
Have improved awareness of the main issues of strategic management; Be able to consider strategy within the context of PeopleServe; Be ready to use some strategic models and techniques; Be prepared to apply the strategic process in PeopleServe 
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Duke CE Client Study 113009
Learning and Development in 2011. Duke CE deeply appreciates the hard work of Robert Reinheimer Ph. D. and many others in the design and execution of our study and creation of this report. Our special appreciation goes out to the 142 L&D professionals that responded to our request and provided us with their insights. Read Article
Duke 2011 Executive Leadership Survey Report
Leadership development was identified as the #1 leadership challenge facing organizations. Additionally, ensuring business ethics are not sacrificed when confronting tough financial tradeoffs rose to the 4th rated overall challenge in this year’s survey from the 18th rated overall challenge in the previous survey. Read Article
Duke Executive Leadership Survey Report 2009
Leadership development is identified as the #2 challenge facing organizations. The top leadership concerns identified by executives included: (1) current challenges associated with the organization’s operating performance (i.e., increasing innovation and leading internal growth), and (2) future human resource-related, leadership development challenges. Read Article