Summary of How to Win the Battle Between People and Profits

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Speaking at the 2018 Degreed LENS conference, Jean-Marc Laouchez draws on his experience as president of the New York Korn Ferry Institute and a leader of the Korn Ferry Academy to make a robust business case for investing in learning and development (L&D). He urges organizations to adopt a new paradigm that integrates learning, purposeful living and work. Laouchez challenges leaders with this charge: “My call to action is making learning work.”  

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why a fast-changing world necessitates investing in learning and development (L&D),
  • Why CEOs and CFOs often resist boosting their investments in L&D, and 
  • How a new three-part paradigm – once you embrace it – will help your organization overcome these challenges.
 

About the Speaker

Jean-Marc Laouchez heads New York’s Korn Ferry Institute and leads the Korn Ferry Academy.

 

Summary

Business executives often feel they must choose between prioritizing profits or developing people. Even firms that value talent typically rate it as a “secondary” concern. However, leaders don’t have to choose between profits and talent. Consider the following:


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