Energy transformation is driving new market structures, prompting leaders to revise their business models, strategies and talent pipelines for the future.
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While these areas have very different business models, they are all impacted by many of the same global economic and geopolitical factors. Global changes in supply and demand, increased investment in infrastructure, and developments in cleaner and smarter energy technologies are driving the emergence of new market structures.
Industry leaders are therefore revising their business models, strategies and implementation capabilities to adapt to rapidly changing market economics, customer expectations and evolving global talent.
With a deep understanding of the unique cultures and networks across the industry, we help clients to acquire the right technical and commercial leaders for future growth and value creation. We collaborate across regional hubs and energy centres, exchanging knowledge and expertise across the industry’s multiple, interrelated subsectors to deliver global talent and creative leadership solutions.
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Daniel Whitehead, Managing Director of Daimler Truck & Bus Australia/New Zealand and Kirstin Hoskin, Dealer Principal of Daimler Trucks Melbourne share insights on a variety of topics related to talent management in Australia, with a particular focus on diversity recruiting and women in leadership.