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In this issue of GO
Ready, Set . . .
DDI's Scott Erker shows you what's in this issue of GO.
See More: Scott Erker shares the four essential apsects of job fit.
Volkswagen Chattanooga’s innovative plant start-up, NewYork-Presbyterian’s “amazing hires,” strengthening the middle, and the real truth about innovation.
Volkswagen Chattanooga revs up selection for its plant start-up.
This study by DDI and the Institute of Executive Development examines the global challenges in mid-level leader assessment and development.
A sampling of powerful stories from the forthcoming DDI book, Spark!
A newly redesigned selection process is helping NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital stay focused on its patients.
DDI’s Global Leadership Forecast research offers insights specific to generations, gender, and geography.
Innovation isn’t what you think. Discover what it really takes for leaders to create the conditions that foster out-of-the-box thinking.
The renowned classical violinist shows business leaders how art and leadership are intertwined.
DDI’s co-founder and chairman Bill Byham believes that developing competencies isn’t sufficient to give leaders the skills they need most.
Ready, Set . . .
Scott Erker shares the four essential apsects of job fit.
What's GOing On
DDI again named a great place to work, Manager Ready® named HR Product of the Year, and new tools for identifying leadership potential:
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