Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)
Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)

i4cp Launches from Now to Next Series

Monthly Executive Publication Features Industry Thought Leaders

Seattle, WA, June 27, 2014 --( According to a 2013 i4cp research survey, a dismal 21 percent of large employers—with 1,000+ employees—believe that they are effective at developing global skills and competencies in leaders. Obviously there is significant opportunity for improvement.

As a leader in the field of discovering the people practices that drive high performance, the Institute for Corporate Productivity—or i4cp—is proud to announce the launch of the From Now to Next series. Published monthly, these executive think sheets will help human resource professionals and other business leaders approach critical workplace challenges.

The inaugural edition of From Now to Next features Marshall Goldsmith, a bestselling author who is considered a top influential business thinker by many professional organizations. Goldsmith offers his insights into the elements necessary for global leadership development success, including:

- The current state of global leadership development;
- Things that HR professionals often overlook;
- And, the cutting edge next practices—based on i4cp research—that have strong correlations to market performance.

The next edition focuses on CEO succession planning and features candid analysis by Professor Pat Wright from the University of South Carolina.

To obtain a free download of the first From Now to Next, visit

About the Institute for Corporate Productivity
i4cp is a human capital research firm that discovers the people practices that drive high performance. Ranked among the fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 500|5000 list for three consecutive years, i4cp provides its extensive member network of leading global employers and government institutions with the research, peer collaboration, tools, and data essential to developing and executing workforce strategies and practices that deliver higher market performance. To learn about i4cp and i4cp's People-Profit Chain™, an empirical model to increase organizational performance up to 3x, go to
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