HEADWAY Autumn 2012

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  • The War for Talent: hype or happening?
  • Alexandre Paternotte de La Vaillée retires ... and reflects
  • Serco: Our value set is not unique but the way we live it is
  • Sustainability: four experts debate SD strategy and staffing
  • Book review: Confessions of an Eco-sinner



The War for Talent: hype or happening?
AHEAD asks a snapshot of business leaders whether today’s rumoured War for Talent is just hype or really happening.
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Alexandre Paternotte de La Vaillée retires ... and reflects
'In no other profession would I have met so many different and interesting people'
One of Belgium's most admired consultants looks back on 30 years in search.
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Serco: Our value set is not unique but the way we live it is
When AHEAD introduced Marc Wolman to Serco Group plc in 2001, he had no preconceived ideas where it would lead, nor how long he would stay. Now Director, CEO Office, of this international FTSE100 Company, Marc reflects on his path and their vision to become the world’s greatest service company.
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De geboorte van mijn kostbare leegte
A bereft mother, and friend of AHEAD, writes of the 'Birth of my Precious Emptiness'.
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Sense and sustainability
With a global population that reached 7 billion last year, sustainability is a buzz word that is taking centre stage not just for energy professionals but individuals from all walks of life. Four experts debate SD strategy and staffing.
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Book review: Confessions of an Eco-Sinner
Travels to Find Where My Stuff Comes From by Fred Pearce1
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