Top finance executives from leading Russian companies and multinationals discuss issues of talent management in the Russian market.
The CGMA report, Talent pipeline draining growth: Connecting human capital to the growth agenda, shows that businesses are missing out on performance targets and growth opportunities because of inadequate staff management.
As the world of business becomes ever more international, competitive and volatile, building a successful company that is ready for tomorrow is becoming more challenging. In this increasingly complex environment reliance on product or technology attributes may only provide short-term and first-mover advantages, as they can be easily replicated.
To thrive in the long-term, organisations must constantly innovate, evolve and transform. One of the most critical factors that determine an organisation’s fate in this environment is the quality of its staff and the way it manages its talent pipeline.
This panel discussion took place at the Moscow launch of Talent pipeline draining growth: Connecting human capital to the growth agenda.
Chaired by Victor Smart, Director of Profile and Communications, CIMA, the panel includes:
- Alexander Balandin ACMA, CGMA, Finance Director, Fashion Galaxy Group (Retail)
- Valery E ACMA, CGMA, Finance Director, NRG Group
- Daniel Foggia, Finance Director, BAT Russia
- Andrew Harding FCMA, CGMA, Managing Director, CIMA
- Alex Hofer, CFO, DHL Supply Chain Eastern Europe
- Eleonora Oleynikova, Finance Director, KPMG Russia
- Oleg Paroev ACMA, CGMA, Finance Director, Diageo Russia
- Victor Smart, Director of Profile and Communications, CIMA
- Remko Wessels, Vice President Finance, Unilever Russia, Ukraine, Belarus
- Chris Hogan, Global Corporate Relations, CIMA