Prepare your organization for what's coming around the corner via insights from i4cp's next practice research, the i4cp Thought Leader Consortium, and other industry experts. Read their predictions for 2018, and the implications for HR, below.

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Jay Jamrog
Address Trust in 2018. Here are Nine Actions to Develop It.
By Jay Jamrog
Futurist and Co-Founder, i4cp
Amy Kates
Talent Prediction 2018: The New Role of the Business Unit General Manager
By Amy Kates and Greg Kesler
Managing Partners, Kates Kesler Organization Consulting
Kevin Martin
Build Boundaryless Leaders or Become Obsolete
By Kevin Martin
Chief Research Officer, i4cp
Cher Murphy
Focus on People, Not Proximity
By Cher Murphy
Chief Talent Officer, i4cp
Elliott Masie
Readiness for Emergencies is a Key HR/Learning Issue in 2017
By Elliott Masie
Founder, The MASIE Center
Tameika Pope
Embrace the Change: Mastering Strategic Agility in 2018
By Tameika Pope
CHRO, Federal Reserve Board
Mark Englizian
Gender Inequity and Respect: Now the Work Really Gets Difficult
By Mark Englizian
i4cp Board Chair and former CHRO, Walgreens
Kurt Fischer
Talent Management in the Urgency
By Kurt Fischer
i4cp Board Chair and former CHRO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Beverly Kaye
The Right Roles, the Right People, and the Right Retention Strategies
By Beverly Kaye
Founder, Career Systems International
Joe Santana
5 Talent Strategies for the Increasing Complexity of Disruption
By Joe Santana
i4cp Board Chair and former CDO, Siemens
John Cone
2018: The Talent Management Tipping Point
By John Coné
i4cp Board Chair and former CLO, Dell