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Leading in the Human Age

Leading in the Human Age cover Companies today must prepare for one certainty—uncertainty. Specifically, companies will need to challenge themselves to create profiles for highly resilient and strategic Human Age leaders who can, in turn, build and leverage a collaborative organization. Businesses able to successfully navigate the Human Age and control their destiny are outpacing former competitors, swept along by the forces driving and shaping this era.

Latest ManpowerGroup News from the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting:

Press releases will be displayed here during and after the forum.

  • Press release: ManpowerGroup: Create Environments that Develop Women Leaders (Friday 25 January) Read »

  • Press release: ManpowerGroup: Engage Unemployed Youth to Ease Talent Shortages (Thursday 24 January) Read »

  • Press release: ManpowerGroup: Leaders Must Refine Leadership and Management Approaches to Win in the Human Age (Wednesday 23 January) Read »

  • Press release: ManpowerGroup Executives Lead Sessions at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013, "Resilient Dynamism" (Monday 21 January) Read »

  • Press release: ManpowerGroup to Address Economic Growth Challenges at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013 (Friday 18 January) Read »


Modern Outsourcing Strategies Meet the Need for a More Agile Workforce

This new Insight paper details top recommendations for improving outsourcing strategies, including phased approaches and how global reach combined with local expertise is essential for customizing outsourcing solutions per employer.

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Youth Unemployment

Young workers are increasingly alienated from work opportunities in the global economy. This lost generation is tomorrow's workforce and companies worldwide must aggregate the right tools, mindsets and job training alliances to ensure that young and promising talent will succeed over the long-term in an increasingly complex economy.

Governments can closely collaborate with companies and educators in developing and scaling the massive initiatives needed to increase the number of work opportunities available for young people.