In this 3rd part of Kestria’s 9-part video series on “Innovation & Agility” in partnership with Atlanta’s Georgia State University, expert panellists weigh in on global and local approaches to finding agile and innovative talent.
Kestria (formerly IRC Global Executive Search Partners) Global Conference in Shanghai saw an expert panel discussing issues pertaining to “Innovation & Agility: The New World”.
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